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Graduate Education Diversity & Inclusion

Undergraduate & High School Programs

Our Graduate Education office and Graduate programs partner with numerous undergraduate and high school programs designed to engage and prepare students interested in a career in biomedical research.

Current Undergrads:

  • Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)
    The SURF Programs are designed for sophomore and junior level students who are US residents. Students must be able to commit to a 10 week program to do a research internship. SURF students are matched with an appropriate faculty advisor, based on mutual research interest. The advisor and intern design a specific research project within the context of the research focus of the advisor's laboratory. Learn more about SURF
  • Biomedical Research Day (BMRD)
    BMRD is hosted every January and includes lively tours/demonstrations of interesting biomedical research labs and cutting edge research technologies, including stem cells, proteomics and genomics, advanced microscopy and neuroimaging. In addition, students and representatives from graduate programs and the MD/PhD Program will be available to answer your questions and discuss training opportunities at the UC College of Medicine and Cincinnati Children's.

Current High School Students

  • Biomedical Research Internship for Minority Student Programs

    The Biomedical Research Internship for Minority Students Program (BRIMS) is a nine-week, full-time summer program offering high school seniors and college freshmen an opportunity to work in a Cincinnati Children’s research laboratory. Learn more about the BRIMS program

  • High School Science Symposium

    The High School Science Symposium is a one-day event for high school juniors and seniors interested in pursuing biomedical careers. Learn more about the High School Science Symposium

  • High School Senior Summer Internship Program

    With the High School Senior Summer Internship Program, graduating high school seniors can learn more about careers in medicine and clinical research in this paid, part-time position. Learn more about the High School Senior Summer Internship Program

  • Medical Sciences Major/Minor at the University of Cincinnati
    The Undergraduate Program in Medical Sciences is an innovative pathway based in the College of Medicine which provides students with integrated academic, experiential, and mentored opportunities that will prepare them for advanced training in biomedical science, medicine, and other health sciences. Learn more the Undergraduate Program in Medical Sciences
  • Summer Sickle Cell Science Program
    The Summer for Sickle Cell Science Program is an outstanding science training opportunity for high school students designed to involve young people in cutting-edge scientific research conducted in an academic medical center and to cultivate a continued interest in research related to sickle cell disease. Learn more about the Summer Sickle Cell Science Program
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Graduate Education Application Information & Deadlines

Applications for most of the graduate programs in the College of Medicine are typically open from late Summer through late Winter; individual programs have slightly different deadlines so it is advisable to check specifically on the program(s) in which you are interested.  A small number of programs have year-round applications so please check for the latest information at http://grad.uc.edu/admissions.html