Dr. Srinivas Murthy, a critical care specialist who is also trained in infectious diseases and an investigator at BC Children’s Hospital, is leading new high-quality research on COVID-19 treatment to help Canadians and people around the world.
Please note we are not accepting applications at this time.
The Mini Med School Summer Studentship is intended to provide well-motivated students, with records of exceptional academic performance, an opportunity to work closely with the research community at BC Children's Hospital.
Successful candidates have the opportunity to work at BC Children's Hospital on a specific research project over 6-weeks between July and August and will receive a stipend of $1,500. Funding for up to 4 studentships have been generously provided by BC’s Children’s Hospital Foundation.
To be eligible to apply for the Mini Med Summer Studentship you must meet the following conditions:
- Be a current grade 12 student while attending the Mini Med School sessions *The applicant must be at least 16 years of age or turning 16 years of age within 3 months of the application deadline to meet the minimum safety standards for working onsite*
- Be nominated by a high school teacher to attend the Mini Med School series
- Attend all the Mini Med School sessions in October-November at BC Children's Hospital (Students who watch the sessions online are not eligible to apply)
The 2021 application form will be available in October 2020.
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