CAMSTRR welcomes any current second year medical student in the class of 2014 at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM) interested in pursuing an academic CAM research career. The CAMSTRR program is highly specialized and seeks focused and committed students of good academic standing. A maximum of 10 students will be selected.
The following materials are required to complete an application.
1. A fully-completed application. (Adobe Acrobat required)
2. Official transcripts.
5. U.S. citizenship or a national non-citizenship or foreign national citizenship with a permanent residence visa.
6. Past research experience is encouraged, although not mandatory.
7. Commitment to the eight-week duration of the program without interruption during medical school years three and four.
Dates & Deadlines
applications and supporting materials must be submitted by December
16th, 2011. Interviews will be then be offered and conducted on an as
needed basis. Decisions of acceptance will be made on January 13th,
will receive a standard pre-doctoral fellowship from the NIH of
$1731/month for two months. In addition, students will receive two
month's worth tuition reimbursement and a small research expense-related
Peggy Smith-Barbaro, Ph.D.
Director, Office of Strategic & Translational Research Initiatives