The Summer Multicultural Advanced Research Training (SMART) Program brings undergraduate students to the UNT Health Science Center campus to participate in a 10-week biomedical sciences project. Participants become familiar with the varied disciplines and methodology used in biomedical research.
SMART is a program for multicultural students made possible in part by the National Institutes of Health and the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. The NIH has designated African Americans, Native Americans, Mexican Americans and Mainland Puerto Ricans as underrepresented populations in the sciences. However, through additional funding provided by our corporate partners, UNT Health Science Center invites applications from all interested students.
Participants will be awarded faculty-mentored summer research internships. These internships are full-time ten-week commitments. Interns will:
The following materials must be submitted by the applicant by March 22, 2013 (This is not a postmark date. All materials must be received by March 22nd for consideration):
All application materials become the property of UNT Health Science Center at Fort Worth and cannot be returned.
Send application materials to:
UNT Health Science Center
Attn: Pat Baker
3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard
Fort Worth, TX 76107-2699