Nathan Schnaper Intern Program in Translational Cancer Research (NSIP)
The NSIP is a 10-week summer internship for undergraduate students interested in cancer research. The program provides integrated research, educational and clinical experiences that emphasize the translation of laboratory discoveries into clinical applications and inspire the next generation of cancer researchers and physician-scientists.
Interns admitted to the NSIP receive a competitive support package including financial assistance for interstate travel to the University of Maryland Baltimore and a living allowance. Housing at nearby Loyola University Maryland is offered at a reduced cost. The 2016 NSIP will begin on May 23 and conclude on July 29. The deadline for applications is March 1; late or incomplete applications will not be considered. Please see the links below for a full description of the NSIP and application instructions.
NSIP Contact Information
Bret A. Hassel, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology
Director, Graduate Program in Molecular Microbiology and Immunology Program in Oncology, UMGCCC
Heather J. Ezelle, Ph.D.
Research Associate Microbiology and Immunology
Phone: 410-328-2345; 410-328-2344
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To contribute to the UMGCC Summer Internship Endowment, contact the
UMMS Foundation at 410-328-2344.