The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine


The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Program Dates

May 28, 2019 - August 02, 2019

Program Highlights

  • Intensive, structured laboratory-based research experience
  • Didactic lunch lecture series delivered simultaneously to all sites via live videoconference
  • Half-day rotations on medical, surgical, pediatric and radiation oncology services
  • A two-day joint conference in Washington, DC that is focused on cancer-related advocacy and policy
  • Weekly journal club
  • Stipend of $5,000 (may be pro-rated according to actual period of attendance)
  • Free gym membership at the Denton A. Cooley Center located on East Baltimore Campus
  • End of program symposium

Location

The program's administrative office is located at:
The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins
Office of Administration
550 N. Broadway, Suite 1003
Baltimore, MD 21205
Phone: 410-955-8823 or 410-955-9702

Students accepted into the program will report to various locations on the East Baltimore Campus. You can find a map of our East Baltimore Campus here.

Housing

The Program will provide for on-campus housing at Charles Commons on the Homewood Campus at no cost to visiting students. A kitchenette is available in the dorm.

Transportation and Parking

Students will travel to work from the University Homewood Campus, where dorms are located, to the East Baltimore (Hospital) campus daily. Students do not need a vehicle, as a free shuttle service is available. For students who wish to bring a car, daily parking may be provided at the East Baltimore Campus (work location only) in the Caroline Street Garage. Parking is not provided at the Homewood Campus.

*Students need not be available for the entire 7-week duration of the program. The start date and completion dates are flexible for each student; however, it will depend on the academic calendar of that student’s home institution. We do require enrolled students to commit to 7-10 weeks of attendance that will fall within the dates of the program.

Registration

Upon initial acceptance into the program, students will be required to complete the JHU School of Medicine Research Elective Application for Visiting Medical Students. The application materials must be completed and approved by the School of Medicine prior to the student starting the summer program. Therefore, it is recommended that students begin the process of their registration as soon as possible once they are notified of acceptance. The general registration fee is covered by the program. We do not cover other fees that may be required such as a background check. Please contact us if you have any questions about registration.


Note: JHU applicants should NOT complete the application materials on the Visiting Medical Students website unless they receive notification of their "preliminary" acceptance into the program which will take place around mid-March.

Accommodations

Reasonable accommodations can be provided for visiting medical students with disabilities. For disability accommodations please contact the program administrator. Accessible parking spots and restrooms are available throughout the Johns Hopkins campus.

For questions regarding the CUPID Program, please call or email:

Gail Voelker
Phone: 410-955-8823
Email: voelkga@jhmi.edu


Co-Director

Fred Bunz, M.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Radiation Oncology

Associate Directors

Ilene Browner, M.D.
Instructor
Department of Oncology
Medical Oncology Program

Curtiland DeVille, M.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Radiation Oncology

Sushant Kachhap, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Oncology
Urologic Oncology Program

Eden Stotsky-Himelfarb
Nurse Navigator
Johns Hopkins Health Care

Administration

Gail Voelker
Program Administrator
Department of Oncology

Samuel Lee
Sr. Administrative Coordinator
Department of Oncology

The Indiana University School of Medicine


The Indiana University School of Medicine

Program Dates

May 28, 2019 - August 02, 2019

Program Highlights

  • Intensive, structured laboratory-based research experience
  • 7-week didactic lunch lecture series delivered simultaneously to all sites via live videoconference
  • Half-day rotations on medical, surgical, pediatric and radiation oncology services
  • A two-day joint conference in Washington, DC that is focused on cancer-related advocacy and policy
  • Weekly journal club
  • Stipend of $5,000
  • End of program symposium

Location

The program’s administrative office is located at:

Indiana University School of Medicine
Department of Radiation Oncology
CUPID Summer Translational Oncology Program
535 Barnhill Drive, RT 041
Indianapolis IN 46202
Phone: 317-944-1317

Students accepted into the program will report to various locations within the IU Simon Cancer Center.

Housing

The Program will provide visiting students with housing if needed.

Accommodations

Reasonable accommodations can be provided for visiting medical students with disabilities. For disability accommodations please contact the program administrator. Accessible parking spots and restrooms are available throughout the IUSOM campus.

Program mailing address:
Indiana University School of Medicine
Department of Radiation Oncology
CUPID Summer Translational Oncology Program
535 Barnhill Drive, RT 041
Indianapolis IN 46202


For questions regarding the CUPID Program, please call or email:
Cathy Jines
Phone: 317-944-1317
Email: cparr@iupui.edu


Co-Director

Jordan Alexander Holmes, M.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Radiation Oncology

Associate Directors

Joseph Dynlacht, Ph.D
Professor
Department of Radiation Oncology

Antwione Haywood, PhD.
Assistant Dean for Medical Student Affairs
Office of Medical Student Affairs

Administration

Cathy Jines
Senior Executive Assistant
Department of Radiation Oncology

The Ohio State University, Wexner Medical Center

The Ohio State University

 

Program Dates

May 28, 2019 - August 02, 2019

Program Highlights

  • Intensive, structured laboratory-based research experience
  • 7-week didactic lunch lecture series delivered simultaneously to all sites via live videoconference
  • Half-day rotations on medical, surgical, pediatric and radiation oncology services
  • A two-day joint conference in Washington, DC that is focused on cancer-related advocacy and policy
  • Weekly journal club
  • Stipend of $3,250

Location

The program’s administrative office is located at:

The Ohio State University, Wexner Medical Center
CUPID Summer Translational Oncology Program
395 W. 12th Ave., Suite 670
Columbus, OH 43210

Students accepted into the program will report to various locations within the university.

Housing

The Program will not provide student housing as students who are present in the summer are expected to have housing arrangements already made.

Accommodations

Reasonable accommodations can be provided for visiting medical students with disabilities. For disability accommodations please contact the program administrator. Accessible parking spots and restrooms are available throughout the IUSOM campus.

For question regarding the CUPID Program, please email or call:

Valerie Grignol, MD
Assistant Professor of Surgery
OSU College of Medicine
Email: Valerie.Grignol@osumc.edu

Educational Administrative Assistant: Angelica Arnett
Email: angelica.arnett@osumc.edu


Co-Director

Timothy M. Pawlik, MD, MPH, PhD, FACS, FRACS (Hon.)
Professor and Chair, Department of Surgery
The Urban Meyer III and Shelley Meyer Chair for Cancer Research
The Ohio State University, Wexner Medical Center

Associate Director

Valerie Grignol, MD
Assistant Professor of Surgery
OSU College of Medicine
Email: Valerie.Grignol@osumc.edu