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University of Colorado Cancer Center, A National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center
Student Cancer Research Fellowship | University of Colorado Cancer Center
 

Cancer Research Summer Fellowship


The application process for 2014 is closed.  The fellowship is from Jun. 2 - Aug. 7.

Through the University of Colorado Cancer Center's Cancer Research Summer Fellowship Program, every summer 40 to 45 college undergraduate students and a few high school students are given the opportunity to spend ten weeks in our laboratories at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, University of Colorado Boulder and other Denver-area health care institutions.

The goal of the program is to engage scientific curiosity in the next generation of scientists, challenging qualified college undergraduates and exceptionally gifted high school students to consider a cancer-related careers in the future.


Application Information 

Application Information

Students interested in working full-time for ten weeks during the summer are encouraged to apply to the University of Colorado Cancer Center Cancer Research Summer Fellowship.

Apply to be a Cancer Research Summer Fellow.

Program Requirements 

Program Requirements

Accepted fellows are required to attend orientation, develop goals & objectives, participate in bi-weekly lectures, a field trip, and a poster session during the course of their ten week fellowship.

Learn about the program requirements.

Projects & Preceptors 

Projects & Preceptors

When you apply to be a fellow, you select three faculty members and projects you would like to work on during your fellowship. These projects range from identifying breast cancer subtypes to conducting correlative biological assays for some of our Phase I clinical trials.

Identify a project and preceptor that matches your interests.

Poster Sessions 

Poster Sessions

At the end of the Cancer Research Summer Fellowship students are required to create a poster and present their summer research findings on the projects they worked on.

See posters and presentations from previous sessions.