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BYU Spring/Summer: CLOSED FOR 2019

“The SCCR fellowship enabled me to do so much more with my research than I ever thought possible. Having the ability to work full-time has allowed me to push and expand my research goals, and I hope to produce a publication and potential cancer therapy options for clinical use in the future.” -Kiara Vaden Whitley, 2017 SCCR Summer Fellow

Summer on-campus fellows gain invaluable mentored research experience as they work in research labs full-time over spring and summer terms. Experience sharpens their focus on future careers in cancer research, strengthens their applications to graduate and health professional schools, and advances their training in pursuit of careers.

Summer fellows receive a stipend of $13.50 an hour to allow for full focus on conducting research.

WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2019. One application is allowed per person, and all applications will be accepted from now until Friday, February 1st, at 5:00 p.m. Submissions will not be accepted after that date and time, and must also have a mentor’s letter of support and list of publications to be considered complete and ready to review.

The applicant’s mentor must submit their letter and list through the second link listed below by the February 1st deadline. Your application will not be considered complete and will not be reviewed without these forms. We will review all applications in February and will notify awardees in March.

Click the following link view the application. Please do not begin the application until you have all of the material required–you cannot save the form and come back to it later.

2019 Fellowship Application

Mentor Letter and List of Publications

Contact

Simmons Center for Cancer Research
Brigham Young University
E-181 BNSN
Provo, UT 84602

Phone: 801-422-3913
Email: Cancer_research@byu.edu

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