Summer Research Fellowship

Students at Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine's Annual Research Symposium

Summer Research Fellowship

1.              What are summer research fellowships?

2.              Who is eligible?

3.              Who should apply?

4.              What is the time commitment?

5.              Is there a stipend?

6.              What are the obligations?

7.              How are applications reviewed?

8.              How are mentors selected?

 

HD 495: Research Fellowship for Entering Dental Students

Course Director: Dr. Stephen Walker 

Credits: 0

Stipend: $1,000

Description: This course is a research fellowship program designed for students who have been accepted into the DDS program and will matriculate in the fall semester. Participants are required to obtain CORHIS, CITI and biohazard training, as appropriate. Students in the fellowship program will work closely with their mentor to carry out a literature review, develop a research study design and/or participate in an ongoing study. Students will be required to formulate a specific aim and a hypothesis based on a research question. They are also required to present a poster or oral presentation from their results, based on the literature and on preliminary data from their research at the annual Student Research Day.

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HDI 602: Year II Research Selective

Course Director: Dr. Stephen Walker

Credits: 0

Stipend: $1,000

Description: This course is a research fellowship program designed for current D1 students who will conduct a clearly defined research project beginning in the summer and will continue throughout their second year of dental school. Participants are required to obtain CORHIS, CITI and biohazard training, as appropriate and are expected to present their research at Student Research Day and a national conference. 

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