Undergraduate Students

2010 Program Schedule

Key Dates

Date Time Location Event
June 14 All University of Washington Travel and check-in at UW dorms
June 15 9 am – noon M1-A305/307 Intern program orientation, Arnold Building
June 19 7:10 pm Safeco Field Seattle Mariners versus Cincinnati Red MLB game
July 9 10:00 am   Email draft personal statement and resume to peer-review group
August 9     Submit posters to Computer Graphics department for printing at: graphics@fhcrc.org.  Pick-up in M1-A405
August 10     Submit FINAL personal statement, resume, abstract, poster, and program evaluation to Noah Espinoza: nespinoz@fhcrc.org
August 13 2:00 – 4:00 pm M1-A303/305/307 Competitive poster session
August 13 5:00 pm   Last day of internship

Scheduled Events

Date Time Location Speaker Topic
Professional Development Workshops
June 22 Noon - 1 pm B1-072/074 Jennifer Anderson (Public Health Sciences) "How to Write a Personal Statement."
June 29 Noon - 1 pm M1-A305/307 Dr. Barry Stoddard (Basic Sciences) "Research Ethics and Issues."
July 6 Noon - 1 pm M1-A305/307 Dr. Beti Thompson/ Jennifer Anderson (Public Health Sciences) "How to Write an Abstract/How to Peer-review."
July 13 Noon - 1 pm M1-A305/307 In-person peer-review group meeting  
July 27 Noon - 1 pm M1-A305/307 Paula Salewsky (Collaborative Data Services) "How to Create a Scientific Poster."
Research Seminars
June 18 Noon - 1 pm D1-080/084 Dr. Patrick Paddison (Human Biology) To be titled.
June 25 Noon - 1 pm D1-080/084 Dr. Fred Applebaum (Clinical Research) "History of bone marrow transplantation."
July 2 Noon - 1 pm D1-080/084 Jim Olsen (Clinical Research) "Engineering solutions to clinical problems in cancer treatment."
July 9 Noon - 1 pm D1-080/084 Dr. Marshall Horwitz (Director, UW Medical Scientist Training Program) "Overview of MD/PhD programs."
July 16 Noon - 1 pm D1-080/084 Dr. Corey Casper (Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division) "The challenges and opportunities of conducting international translational and clinical research."
July 23 Noon - 1 pm D1-080/084 Dr. Sunil Hingorani (Clinical Research/Public Health Sciences) "Piecing together the pancreas cancer puzzle."
July 30 Noon - 1 pm D1-080/084 Dr. Michael Emerman (Director, UW MCB Graduate Program) "How to apply for graduate school."
August 6 Noon - 1 pm D1-080/084 Dr. Dan Gottschling (Basic Sciences) "How do cellular systems breakdown with age?"
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