MU Alcohol Research Training Summer School (MU-ARTSS)
The MU-Alcohol Research Training Summer School (MU-ARTSS) is designed undergraduate students interested in alcohol research and possible careers as alcohol researchers. The Department of Psychological Science at the University of Missouri (MU) hosts a diverse cadre of psychologists dedicated to research into the etiology and course of alcoholism and related disorders. The MU-ARTSS is structured into a week-long didactic program providing an intensive introduction to alcohol research followed by an 8-week research internship in the lab of a MU-ARTSS professor.
Dates: June 1 – July 29 (Travel Days May 31 and July 30)
- The program seeks applicants who demonstrate a strong interest in science and medicine. Applicants ideally must have completed 2 years of undergraduate work (exceptions may be made), with a B average or better in all coursework.
- The internship is a full-time experience with a stipend of $3,600. Interns will receive 1 hour of academic credit (course title: Special Problems in Psychology, Psych 2950) from the University of Missouri which is paid for by the program.
- February 15, 2016
For more information visit our website http://alcoholresearch.missouri.edu/relatedtraining.html or contact project coordinator, Carol Waudby at email@example.com, (573-882-1682).
This program is supported by a grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIH/NIAAA, R25AA023687, PI: Kenneth J. Sher, firstname.lastname@example.org)