2015 CRI Summer Research Interns 
From L-R:

Matt Newsom, Shawn Shaji, Ellen Griffin (holding Cooper)

Not pictured: Johnathan Elkes

Attention 1st year MUSC medical school students:

CRI is accepting 2018 paid summer research internship  applications.  In addition to submitting an Internship Application with a CRI Application for Employment, CRI summer research internship applicants must also submit two recommendations:

  • One from the Deans Office in your college including whether or onot you are a current student in good standing

  • The second recommendation needs to come from one of your current professors

Applications are due by the close of business on Friday, January 12, 2018.   Good luck!

**Due to weather conditions and school closure, the deadline for letters of recommendation has been extended to Friday, January 19th**

​Click here  for an application

2018 CRI Summer Research Internships

2017 CRI Summer Research Interns

From L-R

Lawson Held (Urology/Dr. Stephen Savage-mentor), Mira Patel and Alex Canova (Cardiology/Dr. Valerian Fernandes-mentor)

2016 CRI Summer Research Interns 

From L-R:

 Billy Joe Mullinax, Akayla Ford, and Rohail Rashid Kazi 

​2018 CRI Summer Research Internship Opportunities

Cardiology: Clinical Research/Mentor: Valerian Fernandes, M.D.
CSP 578- Prevention of Serious Adverse Events Following Angiography- substudies,  ORBIT-II registry- Atrial Fibrillation, Long term Outcomes of Alcohol Septal Ablation for HOCM, Rotational Atherectomy and Outcomes without Temporary Pacemaker

​The intern will work on the Alcohol Septal Ablation database and Rotational Atherectomy database; complete data entry in conjunction with resident and fellow on the research team; work on specific sub-project with an aim to submit an abstract to a national meeting and help with manuscript writing; submit their work as an abstract at the MUSC Student Research Day; do sessions on Research Methodology and data analysis; attend all weekly research meetings and present their work.

Urology: Clinical Research/Mentor: Stephen J. Savage, M.D.
Open-Label Multicenter, Phase 3 Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Tolerability of Intravesical Vicinium in Subjects with Non Muscle-Invasive Carcimoma in Situ ( CIS) and/or High-Grade Papillary Disease of the Bladder Previously Treated with Bacillus Calmette-Gueri
The intern will assist in the completion of databases on prostate and bladder cancer patients that will be analyzed and prepared for journal submission.  Additionally, the intern will learn about many aspects of clinical research and assist team members in many steps.

2014 CRI Summer Research Interns 

From L-R:

Kelsey Derrick Wilson, Zayed Almadidy, John Robinson, Coti Phillips, and Rabun Jones

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