The Fall 2023 APMM Applications will be due Monday, June 5, 2023.
Please plan to attend an Information Session prior to submitting your application.
Information Session Dates & Times
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APMM Application Guidelines
*Applications are due June 5th.
The following information will need to be included.
•List your thesis or post-doctoral research mentor, year of graduate or post-doctoral training(1st, 2nd), and department or program.
•A personal statement in which you explain your reasons for wanting to join the program, your goals are for your graduate or post-doctoral training, and your future career plans. (200 words maximum)
•A brief outline of your proposed thesis or post-doctoral research, and how it might integrate with the goals of the APMM to help guide students and post-doctoral fellows to develop new human subjects research studies as a part of their research plans. (200 words maximum)
•A letter from your thesis/research mentor stating that they support your participation in the APMM and will support your development of a translational research project, with help from the APMM, as part of your research plans.