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Apply for the Medical Student Research Award

September 1, 2017 | Categories: News, Research

The Melanoma Reserach Foundation (MRF) is now accepting applications for the 2018 Medical Student Research Award. The MRF has been awarding this research grant since 2011 and in this time 35 grants have been awarded to students at 24 different institutions. The purpose of the Medical Student Research Award is to promote scientific inquiry and research opportunities to medical students early in their careers by funding concise clinical or laboratory-based research projects focused on better understanding the prevention, biology, and treatment of melanoma. Medical students conducting research in cutaneous, ocular, mucosal or pediatric melanoma are encouraged to apply by the deadline of November 1, 2017.

Visit the MRF Research Center page to learn more about this opportunity and the additional research grants awarded by the MRF. For questions about the Medical Student Research Award or the MRF Research Grant program, please contact the Program Director at research@melanoma.org or (800) 673-1290.

 

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