Opportunities for Undergraduate and Graduate Students

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Native American Research Center for Health Program

We seek outstanding undergraduate students from around the state and the country to spend their summer at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City for a biomedical research experience at one of the best mentored programs in existence. Students join experienced laboratories where they work with other students and personnel to pursue their own projects over the course of a nine-week period. On the final day, students show off their progress at a poster session to the campus community. A Celebration Luncheon follows where student accomplishments are acknowledged by their advisors, awards are presented, and a former summer student returns to campus to present a Keynote Address. Students participating in our intensive programs receive generous stipends and housing arrangements to allow pursuit of their research activities full-time (40 hours/week) without distraction. Please see the information in the sidebar above to find which program is best suited for your needs and background. Entry is competitive, so be sure to apply by the deadline in February or March to ensure consideration.

http://graduate.ouhsc.edu/Research/NativeAmericanResearchCenterforHealth(NARCH).aspx

Association of American Indian Physicians

The Association of American Indian Physicians sponsors multiple student programs aimed to increase the diversity of the health professions workforce through recruitment and training for American Indian and Alaska Native students.  Please find out more information at the website of the Association of American Indian Physicians.

https://www.aaip.org/programs/student-programs/