The Peripheral Nerve Surgical Research Group provides research opportunities for 2-3 students during the summer or for any number of students during the school year. These opportunities are coordinated through the office of medical student research. Students are first encouraged to determine their primary interests within the scope of the group’s projects, which allows for the student to be partnered with a primary investigator for one-on-one mentorship. Summer students are typically assigned to work on a small independent project with a lab mentor (research scientist, postdoctoral fellow, or graduate student). Year-long students are given an independent project with broader scope. Throughout the research experience, each student meets regularly with their primary mentor as well as all investigators during weekly meetings.
More information can be found about this opportunity through the Office of Medical Student Research
Next step? After discussing with the office of medical student research, send an email with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org about your interest. A follow-up email and/or interview will be scheduled.
The Peripheral Nerve Surgical Research Group provides research opportunities for graduate students (Masters, PhD, and MD/PhD). These opportunities are coordinated through a variety of different programs offered through Washington University:
- A Masters in Arts via the Division of Biology and Biomedical Science (DBBS)
- A PhD or MD/PhD via DBBS under the Developmental, Regenerative, and Stem Cell Biology or Neurosciences programs
Next step? After admission to one of these programs, send an email with your CV to email@example.com about your interest. A follow-up email and/or interview will be scheduled.