Pediatric Student Research Program (PSRP)
The PSRP was created with the purpose of introducing research to young investigators and to further their existing interest in research. The program includes seminars, mentored research and clinical shadowing experiences during the eight-week scenario, June through July. Selected participants work alongside experienced researchers. Opportunities range from bench to clinical to community-based research.
Students participate in lab meetings to gain insight into the infrastructure of the research operation and to witness the collaborative process of sharing techniques, new endeavors and successful investigative outcomes.
PSRP offers a select group of students accelerated seminar sessions plus mentor-supported research education while providing participants with…
- an introduction to pediatric scientific research through a supervised project
- experience in the laboratory setting, discovering specific areas of pediatric interest
- a seminar series presented by leading pediatric physicians, scientists and educators
- education needed to develop an individual philosophy of science
- an opportunity to establish a network for career building in the area of pediatric research
- tools to provide an understanding of medical research
- an introduction to clinical rotations
No tuition is currently required for any of the PSRP courses or seminars.
Students accepted into the PSRP will be paid a monthly wage of $2,250.
Is PSRP right for me?
PSRP applicant must be full-time undergraduate, graduate students or high school seniors.
Learn more about our program’s eligibility and requirements to know if this is a program for you.