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Nth Dimensions Summer Internship Program


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To immerse students in the specialty field

Through an 8-week clinical and research internship with a practicing researcher, which also includes a full-day orientation and culminates in the student presenting his/her research poster at the annual National Medical Association assembly. 

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Following successful completion of the summer internship program, students receive scholarships to participate in a designated Step I board review course, which is conducted throughout their second year in medical school.

 

• Stringent and competitive application and interview process

 

• Up to 20 first-year graduate students selected to participate in the 8-week  clinical and research internship with a preceptor.

 

• Comprehensive one-day orientation program prior to internship

 

• Intern requirements of weekly updates, survey completion, and preceptor reviews 

 

• Intern requirement to complete a scientific research project and poster for presentation at the annual meeting of the National Medical Association (this presentation provides the initial opportunity for students to present their research on a national level)

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Upon completion, students will receive an Nth Dimensions Research Certification Award

Upon completion, students will receive an Nth Dimensions Research Certification Award - indication of mastery of a standard research curriculum and set of scholarly activities to ensure competence in research and research-based activities.

Preceptors are members of the varying ethnic and gender minority groups who have been specifically selected because of their teaching and mentoring achievements in their respective fields. The students receive core support from their internship preceptor throughout medical school and are encouraged to develop mentoring relationships with additional researchers and residents through interactions and mentoring activities during annual programs. 

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Students from the following U.S. medical schools participated as Orthopaedic Summer Interns:

 

Howard University College of Medicine

University of Toledo College of Medicine

University of Florida College of Medicine 

University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine 

Indiana University School of Medicine 

Louisiana State University School of Medicine

University of Massachusetts Medical School 

Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine 

Southern Illinois University School of Medicine 

Medical College of Georgia

Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine

Eastern Virginia Medical School

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry 

Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School 

University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine 

Morehouse School of Medicine

University of Florida College of Medicine 

Alabama College of Medicine

 

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