Summer Research Fellowship with MUSC’s Diversity in Addiction Research Training

Applications are open for MUSC’s Diversity in Addiction Research Training (DART) Summer Research Fellowship.

The Fellowship: A 10-week, full-time research training opportunity (completed virtually or in-person in Charleston, SC) and open to medical, graduate, and undergraduate students.

  • DART scholars are matched with a research faculty mentor who will guide them on a research project. Students will present at the Annual DART Summer Research Day and awarded a stipend.

The Benefits:

  • Mentorship from experts in addiction research
  • Experience in various types of research, including clinical trials, basic science studies, neuroimaging, brain stimulation, pharmacotherapy, co-occurring psychiatric conditions
  • Training though didactic seminar series, the DART Journal Club, and professional development panels
  • Working with faculty and near peer mentors, with opportunities to later serve as a near peer mentor
  • Professional networking in research and the field of addiction

How to Apply: Online application (in-person fellowship application or virtual fellowship application) by February 1, 2024.

  • For questions, contact Ms. Hailey Britt, DART Program Coordinator.