HCI Research Opportunity for Underrepresented/Disadvantaged Undergraduate Students

The below information is about a program offered through the Huntsman Cancer Institute.  This program is not associated with the Office of Undergraduate Research, so make sure to reach out to the contact listed below for any additional information.  Participation in this program does not exclude students from participation in any OUR programs.

HCI Research Opportunity for Undergraduate Students

The PathMaker Research Program at the Huntsman Cancer Institute is recruiting students for this academic year research experience positions. Students will be matched and placed in cancer research labs where they will become a member of the research team and be exposed to the excitement of state-of-the-art biomedical research in the basic, clinical and population sciences. The research experience will go thought the remainder of this academic year with a maximum of 20 hrs/wk of work.

 This program is specifically for students who are of an underrepresented minority or disadvantaged background.

Students must be in good academic standing and have demonstrated interest in the health sciences.

Students will be selected on a competitive basis. 

Compensation is provided. Academic credit may be available.

Please contact Anna Reineke (anna.reineke@hci.utah.edu) if you are interested in joining a research lab or if you have any questions regarding eligibility.