Are you looking for a chance to gain real-world experience and help improve the health of your local citizens? The University of Hawaii (UH) offers a variety of internships and research opportunities that can help you do just that. From the Queen's Medical Center Summer Research Internship to the Hawaii Native Health Summer Research Internship (SRI) Program, UH has something for everyone. The Queen's Medical Center Summer Research Internship is a collaborative effort between the Queen's Medical Center, the 26% Research and Development Office, and the John A. Burns School of Medicine at UH.
Through this program, summer fellows are guided by faculty mentors to ask research questions about the most pressing health problems in Hawaii and use the registry and databases to find answers. This is an excellent way to gain valuable experience while helping to improve the health of your local citizens. The Student Opportunity Center (SOC) from UH Mānoa's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) is another great resource for students. Two students from UH Mānoa have already taken advantage of this program to gain real learning experiences while helping to teach current educators. The Hawaii Department of Native Health's summer research internship (SRI) program also provides college and university students with an opportunity to participate in a clinical, community, or translational research study, as well as a medical curriculum organized by the Research Division of the Hawaii Department of Native Health. This is an excellent way to gain valuable experience in a variety of fields. No matter what your interests are, there is sure to be an internship or research opportunity at UH that can help you gain valuable experience and make a difference in your community.
So don't wait any longer - unlock the opportunities at UH today!.