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Plastic Surgery Summer Research Program

The Hansjörg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery offers medical students at NYU Grossman School of Medicine and outside medical schools a summer research program in which they gain valuable exposure to the exciting and multifaceted field of plastic surgery research.

As a participant in this eight-week program, you gain experience in basic science or clinical research, learning to design experiments and studies under the mentorship of our faculty and postdoctoral scientists.

As part of the program, you are required to present during Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds. Students who make significant contributions to ongoing studies may have authorship on conference abstracts and papers.

The program also provides opportunities to present relevant articles and data in weekly lab meetings and journal clubs, develop basic surgical skills through suturing workshops, and attend teaching conferences run by faculty and residents.

Stipend

The Department of Plastic Surgery provides all students admitted to the summer research program with a stipend. If you are eligible for the Federal Work–Study Program, we provide the additional funding you will need to attend the program. If you are not eligible, we fully fund your work for the summer. Work–study eligibility is not required to apply.

Application Process

The summer research program offers three positions in basic science and three positions in clinical research. Please use the online form to submit the following application materials:

  • a 300-word statement of purpose, describing your interest in the program
  • your resume (not your CV)

The fellowship program runs from mid-June to mid-August. The application submission deadline is February 21, 2020, and notification of acceptance is on March 20, 2020.

Contact Us

For more information, please contact Renee Mc Kell, senior research coordinator, at renee.mckell@nyulangone.org.