Accepting Applications! Virtual Research Training Program (VRTP) in Precision Medicine

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Available as a four or eight-week program, the VRTP provides training in the principles and procedures of the evolving field of Precision Medicine. The VRTP is facilitated entirely online by the Office of International Medicine Programs (IMP) at the George Washington University’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences (GW SMHS) and instructed by IMP Research Director Fernando Vidal-Vanaclocha, MD, Ph.D.

The VRTP is available to GW SMHS students for academic credit, and international medical students and recent graduates (IMGs) are eligible to apply! If approved by their university, non-GW SMHS international medical students can potentially earn academic credit.

 

View the full brochure here!

Contact IMP at impinfo@gwu.edu with any questions.

Four-week VRTP: January 3 – 29, 2022

Participants of the four-week VRTP are typically medical students within a year or two of graduation and recent medical graduates. Prior clinical experience is helpful to understand the VRTP lectures, class discussions, and ongoing translational research used as case studies in the course.

Program Fee: $2,000

To apply, submit the following by December 10, 2021, at the link/button below.

  • Copy of CV
  • Copy of government-issued ID
  • A one-page objective statement explaining your research experience, interests, and goals for participating in the VRTP

 

Eight-week VRTP: June 6 – August 5, 2022

Prior clinical experience is not required. In addition to weekly lectures, readings, and class discussions, Dr. Vidal-Vanaclocha will match students with another research faculty mentor to support ongoing translational research over the summer through literature reviews, data analysis interpretation, and pathways for potential clinical application.

Program fee: $3,500

 

 

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