The Medical Student Research Program (MSRP) is a 9-week, full-time summer research experience for Wake Forest medical students. Selection is through a competitive process. Participants work with a faculty mentor to conduct a small research project in basic, clinical, or community-based research and participate in a weekly research ethics seminar series.
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Medical Students interested in the 2014 Medical Student Research Program should attend an Information Session on Tuesday, January 7th in Hanes E24 from 11:30am - 12:30pm.
A new working group sponsored by the Center for Public Health Genomics is having its first meeting June 17th. The Translational Cancer Genomics working group is led by Dr. Lance Miller.Read More
BRSA is collaborating with WFU Reynolda Cmpus faculty to design a skills-development course in Scientific Writing for Non-native English Speakers and we need your input!Read More
On April 7, 2014, Tsahai Tafari, PhD, Senior Program Officer at PCORI presented, "PCORI: Research Done Differently."Read More
View the newly developed Biosketch/CV Builder: A tool for WFBMC faculty and staff to create and manage biosketches and CV documents.Read More