BLAISER Flyer

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BLAISER Flyer
 The Border Latino & American Indian Summer Exposure to Research (BLAISER) is a cuttingedge program at the University of Arizona, Arizona Health Sciences Center (AHSC) designed
to empower students to enter Medical School, Health Professions and Graduate School.
This opportunity is for undergraduates majoring in the biomedical fields to learn about the
bench-to-bedside research process and prepare for a translational career in biomedical
research or academic medicine. The 2015 Program will be held from June 7 to August 12,
2015.
Program Highlights
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Mentorship from a UA biomedical researcher or
medical scientist working on translational research
Gain hands-on experience conducting research
Learn about minority health disparities
Enhance your GRE and MCAT skills
Create and present a research poster
Obtain additional clinical and community health
mentoring the following academic year
Experience a scientific community of students who
have similar goals
Student Eligibility
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US Citizen OR US Permanent Resident
Current Junior status or beyond
Cumulative 3.25 GPA
Latinos, Native Americans and African Americans; populations that are underrepresented in the
biomedical and health sciences
Currently majoring in: biology, chemistry, physiology, microbiology, engineering, computer sciences
and similar fields
Offerings
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$4,000 stipend
On campus housing for non-UA students, paid by the program
Six units upper division graded undergraduate research
Visit www.diversity.medicine.arizona.edu/blaiser for more information and to apply
Application Deadline March 27, 2015
Maria Teresa Velez, Ph.D
Director, BLAISER
Associate Dean, Graduate College
[email protected] | (520) 621-3475

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