Resources for Students
Students, residents and fellows are an integral part of the research mission of the Department of Family and Community Medicine. The department has a Faculty Development Research Fellowship, and also offers many research opportunities to medical students and students in the Master of Public Health (MPH) program.
We encourage any student interested in research to Identify and Contact Jefferson Researchers.
If you are a student and are interested in research opportunities in Family Medicine please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2013 Summer Research Program Information
The Department of Family and Community Medicine (DFCM) participates in Jefferson Medical College’s Summer Research Program. In order to be considered for a summer research position at the DFCM, you must apply through the JMC program, and choose the “Department of Family and Community Medicine’ option when asked. The DFCM program is competitive, and Physician Shortage Area Program (PSAP) students are given preference. Students who are chosen will be informed by the department in the Spring, 2013.
If you are a College within a College (CwiC) program student and you want to do a summer research experience, you can also apply through the JMC program application, and choose the ‘Center for Urban Health’ (CUH) option to be eligible for a CUH research project. These options are mutually exclusive; you will have to choose a site when completing your application. CUH students must be eligible for federal work study, so we recommend getting this process started early. Contact Atheia Mobley Atheia.Mobley@jefferson.edu to complete a Federal Work Study Application.
For questions about the application process, please contact Andrea Cherenack Andrea.Cherenack@jefferson.edu or 215-503-6166. For specific questions about DFCM Summer Research, please contact Dr. Marianna LaNoue Marianna.LaNoue@jefferson.edu. For questions about Center for Urban Health Summer Research, please contact Abbie Santana email@example.com.