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OCTRI Announces 2010 Student Research Scholarships

The Oregon Clinical and Translational Research Institute's commitment to clinical and translational research includes support for the next generation of researchers. Each year, OCTRI awards OHSU students scholarships that allow them to design and participate in research projects under the guidance of a faculty mentor. The awards are part of the Oregon Students Learn and Experience Research (OSLER) program, which is supported by an NIH TL1 training award. OCTRI also provides direct funding to support six additional students who conduct short-term studies over the summer.

This year's awards include four MD/MPH students, seven MD students, one doctoral candidate in Biomedical Engineering, and four students from the School of Dentistry.

View the 2010 Student Trainees and Research Scholars 

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