Opportunities in research sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Summer Research Fellowship Program are available to medical students in their first and second years at RWJMS. Under the guidance of faculty, students conduct short-term research projects in selected areas of basic and clinical investigation. The objective of this program is to further acquaint students with scientific methodology and enhance their analytic and laboratory skills.
The Pharmaceutical Industry Fellowship Program: Offered by the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, this highly competitive and distinguished fellowship program is an industry-based training program which partners with the leading pharmaceutical and bio-pharmaceutical companies. The program is designed to further students experience in the pharmaceutical industry through work experience and clinical research. The fellowship is designed to provide hands-on training in functions ranging from coordinating clinical trials to liaising with regulatory agencies and research organizations, while preparing pharmacists for challenging positions within the pharmaceutical industry.
Research Fellowships in Translational Cancer Research: The program has been designed to provide candidates with the highest quality training and research experience so that they will be competitive in developing research careers in academia, government, and the private sector. The program integrates the highest quality of basic science laboratory studies with a fundamental understanding of the unique requirements of clinical translation of the discoveries.