The Joslin Summer Research Student Internship Program provides 10-12 weeks of practical exposure to diabetes-related biomedical research, ranging from clinically focused to basic science investigation. In addition to direct laboratory experience and interactions with Joslin investigators, students participate in didactic sessions related to diabetes pathophysiology and treatment. During the course of the program, participants present results from their research efforts to their student colleagues and Joslin research staff.
The 2020 Joslin Internship Program will offer a total of 12 funded positions:
- Two positions are for current medical students, dental students, students in other health-professional graduate programs, and graduate students in the physical or quantitative sciences.
- An additional four positions are available to undergraduate students. To apply for these positions, please complete the Joslin online application below.
- Six positions at Joslin are available for medical students through the NIDDK Medical Student Research Program in Diabetes; please see their website for details and online application. We encourage interested students to apply via both mechanisms and to indicate Joslin as the desired internship site.