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Benefits

Benefits

After completion of the program, students will have gained a sense of how research studies are carried out in a range of fields that deal with current concerns in medical science. They will have at their disposal knowledge and experience in physiological, biochemical and pharmacological methodologies and gain the experience, […]

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Evaluation

Evaluation

Each fellow’s progress will be continuously monitored by his/her immediate preceptor through daily interaction, and by the Fellowship Program Director as well as other preceptors through the student’s participation and feedback at the weekly journal club. Each fellow will also be required to make an oral presentation at the end […]

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Seminars

Seminars

During the first week of the program, one or two daily seminars or lectures will be scheduled. Each presentation will be devoted to a report of research in progress or to a topic related to work in which the students are engaged. These sessions will be presented by the staff […]

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Purpose and Description

Purpose and Description

The Masonic Medical Research Institute (MMRI) was established in 1958 as a basic medical research facility. Since its inception, it has gained international prominence for its achievements and contributions to science and medicine. MMRI’s current focus is in the areas of: Experimental Cardiology, Molecular Genetics and Stem Cell Research. The […]

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Eligibility

Eligibility

Students who have completed at least one year of undergraduate coursework in the life sciences will be given priority for the program. The selection is made by a committee consisting of the preceptors participating in the program and will be based on the application material, i.e. school transcripts and letters […]

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Overview

Overview

The Summer Fellowship Program, initiated in 1960, provides an opportunity for students of biology, physiology, molecular biology, chemistry, medicine and other life sciences to participate in research under staff guidance. The ten-week program is designed to educate, instill scientific curiosity and guide our youth in making their career decisions. The […]

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