The Early Detection Research Group is always looking for students to fill part-time and full-time research positions over the summer months.

 

These are generally 8 week or 16 week work terms

(subject to change for medical students depending on year of study).

 

 

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS


All research positions for Summer 2016 have been filled. We thank you for your interest. 

For those interested in applying for Summer 2017, applications will be accepted from Dec 1st - Dec 31st, 2016.

 

In order to apply, please submit the following documents to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with the subject heading "2017 Studentships":

 

  1. COVER LETTER addressing the following:
    1. GPA (minimum 80% avg.)
    2. Verification that you have completed a basic statistics course by the upcoming summer you are applying for
    3. Brief (2-3 sentences) description of any previous research- or medically-related volunteering or work positions
    4. Brief description of any summer plans you may have
    5. Brief description of why you would be interested in a premed oncology OR computer programming OR epidemiology / statistics summer research program
    6. Any specific projects you would be interested in being involved with (please visit our PROJECTS tab at www.earlydetection.ca)
  2. CURRICULUM VITAE
  3. UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT

 

 

MEDICAL STUDENTS


FLEX Course Opportunities (UBC Medical Students Only)

APPLICATION DEADLINE: ON-GOING

For those interested in applying for a FLEX opportunity with the Early Detection Research Group, please visit your FLEX course opportunities page.

 

Summer Research

For those interested in applying for Summer 2017, applications will be accepted from Dec 1st - Dec 31st, 2016.

 

In order to apply, please submit the following documents to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  with the subject heading "2017 Studentships":

 

  1. COVER LETTER addressing the following:
    1. GPA (minimum 80% avg.)
    2. Verification that you have completed a basic statistics course by the upcoming summer you are applying for
    3. Brief (2-3 sentences) description of any previous research- or medically-related volunteering or work positions
    4. Brief description of any summer plans you may have
    5. Brief description of why you would be interested in a premed oncology OR computer programming OR epidemiology / statistics summer research program
    6. Any specific projects you would be interested in being involved with (please visit our PROJECTS tab at www.earlydetection.ca)
  2. CURRICULUM VITAE