Paid International Summer Research Opportunity for STEM students

The SDSU Minority Health and Health Disparities International Research program is now recruiting undergraduate and graduate students from all campuses for our summer 2016 research training sites. The research experience is paid, and the application deadline is December 15th. We would appreciate it if you would promote the program to your students.

MHIRT trainees conduct basic science, biomedical, and public health research in six different countries: Ghana, Jordan, Mexico, Peru, Taiwan, and Uganda.
·  Research important health issues

·  Explore a new country

·  Learn a new culture

·  Earn a summer stipend

·  Paid travel expenses


Learn more at


Online application here


Application materials:

·  Application form

·  Statement of purpose

·  Transcripts

·  2 Letters of Recommendation


Applications due December 15, 2015



Program Director Dena Plemmons, Ph.d.

Program Coordinator Matt Combs, M.A.


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