Spring 2018

 

University of Michigan Health & Medical School Expo

The University of Michigan Health and Medical School Expo (H&MSE) is on Tuesday, March 13, from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM, in the Michigan Union in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The H&MSE continues to be the single best opportunity to recruit and interact with their large, talented and diverse pre-health student body. Their students come from all 50 states and apply very widely.  To provide you with the greatest recruitment penetration in our area, the event will be open and free of charge to students from nearby colleges and universities as well.

Registration is available through the University Career Center's recruiting platform, Handshake.  Please select the "Employer" option when registering. 

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Healthcare at a Crossroads:  Keynote Lecture

 

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Understanding challenges within the U.S. healthcare system and the potential effects of policies and regulations designed to address them

 
A conference sponsored by the Montana State University Initiative for Regulation and Applied Economic Analysis

 

April 5-6, 2018 | Montana State University, Bozeman, MT

Free and open to the public 

Dramatic changes in technology and innovation, evolving demographics and delivery models, and changes in federal and state healthcare policy regulation have put the United States healthcare system at a crossroads. 

 

REGISTRATION for Keynote Lecture and Conference

Keynote Lecture: April 5, Linfield Hall 125, 6-7 p.m.

“Making Competition in the Healthcare Sector Work: What Would It Take?” 
 James Capretta, American Enterprise Institute, Resident Fellow and Milton Friedman Chair 

Moderated Q&A with Vincent Smith, IRAEA Co-Director 

Conference Sessions: April 6, Procrastinator Theater, Room 237 Student Union Building, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Consumer-Centric Healthcare,Evolving Federal Healthcare Policy, Enhancing Behavorial Health Integration, Promoting Community Health, Ensuring Healthcare for Aging and Vulnerable Populations, and maintaing a Robust Healthcare Workforce

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Summer Internship

The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (Fred Hutch) hosts a summer internship that is designed to provide biomedical research experience and mentorship for undergraduate students of rising senior status.  We would appreciate your help promoting the Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) among students at Montana State University.  I have attached an informational brochure that offers an overview of the program and a brief snapshot of important dates below, including how to apply.

 

About the Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP)

The SURP is an intensive, 9-week internship designed to provide research experience and mentorship for rising-senior undergraduate students who are interested in biomedical research.  Under the guidance of a faculty mentor, students will:

  • Complete an independent research project;
  • Attend weekly research seminars;
  • Participate in professional development workshops designed to facilitate the preparation of competitive applications for graduate/medical school; and
  • Present their findings at a competitive poster session.

The program will run from Monday, June 11 – Friday, August 102018.  

An online application for the 2018 SURP will be available via the SURP website in mid-November 2017

The application deadline is midnight Pacific Standard Time (PST) on Friday, January 12, 2018

Letters of recommendation for up to two references are due by midnight Pacific Standard Time (PST) on Friday, January 19, 2018. 

 

Other Biomedical Research Internships

I also wanted to share with you a resource that my colleagues and I developed, which is a catalog of biomedical research internships offered nationwide for high school, undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, graduate, and first-year medical students.   Feel free to share this resource with faculty and students.