Summer MSA Program With Family Medicine

Engage in a concentrated scholarship with a Department of Family Medicine (DFM) mentor to complete all or a large portion of your School of Medicine Mentored Scholarly Activity (MSA) project requirement. With proper application and approval of proposals per the DFM MSA leadership, you will be eligible to participate in the summer program between 1st and 2nd phases and receive a stipend to work on a research project. A submitted proposal does not ensure funds will be paid for research the project must be approved. You must present your progress at the end of the summer in order to fulfill requirements.

Summer Program Benefits

  • Flexible work schedule: Full or Part Time
  • Receive a stipend for your work (max 10 hrs/week for up to 10 weeks)
  • Getting a large portion of your research completed
  • Completing your requirements for year 2 by the end of summer

News & Updates


Kasie Holcomb
Program Coordinator