Students have numerous opportunities to participate in basic science, clinical and population health research. For M.D. students, formal programs such as the Landings Women’s Golf Association Summer Scholars program provide funds for medical students to engage in summer cancer research, and medical students also gain exposure to potential research opportunities during the Population Health and Medical Research (PHMR) Block. Graduate students have the opportunity to participate in the research of their faculty members, including through paid research assistantships.
Each campus has a designated contact for student research opportunities. Interested students should contact Dr. Bryant Smalley on the Macon and Columbus campuses and Dr. Eric Shaw on the Savannah campus.