Monday, May 23, 2005

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The Clinical Research Training Program at the National Institutes of
Health is a small, year-long program designed to attract the most
creative, research-oriented medical and dental students to NIH.
Applicants must be currently enrolled in medical or dental school and
have completed, or be in the process of completing, one year of
clinical rotations. Candidates in M.D./Ph.D. programs are also eligible
to apply.

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http://www.training.nih.gov/student/Pre-IRTA/irtamanualinterim.asp
The Stanley J. Sarnoff Endowment for Cardiovascular Science
Fellowship programs offers medical students the opportunity to spend
a year conducting intensive work in a research laboratory.
http://www.sarnoffendowment.org/

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The National Institutes of Health offers Interim or Year-Off Intramural
Research Training Award Fellowships for students currently enrolled
in medical school. The fellowships support a year of research training
in laboratories at the NIH.

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Most schools permit medical students to take a year off without
penalty. This time may be spent in research laboratories, community
health service projects, or taking courses in other disciplines-for
example, public health or law. Funding is obtained on an individual
basis from scholarships, private foundations, or investigators' research
grants. For more information, inquire at your school's career
counseling office. Harvard Medical School's WebWeekly article,
"Time Out: Why Some Students Take Time Off from Medical
School" explores why two first-year medical students took time off.
http://webweekly.hms.harvard.edu/archive/2000/6_26_n_7_3/index.h
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