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A program to help recent college graduates from underrepresented groups attain a career as a PhD-level scientist
Learn as you earn
Are you interested in a career as a PhD-level biomedical scientist but don't know how to get there? If so, PREP@UC may be the program for you.
The Postbaccalaureate Research Education Program at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (PREP@UC) is a one-year paid internship designed to help diverse college graduates enter a doctoral program and achieve a career as a PhD-Level biomedical
scientists. The program is open to recent graduates with a Bachelor's degree who are from disadvantaged backgrounds, underrepresented racial or ethnic groups, or who have a disability.
PREP@UC is funded by a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS). Our program is designed to fill a gap in PREP program coverage in Appalachia and a need expressed to us from students and faculty in our region (southern Ohio,
Kentucky, Tennessee, and West Virginia). However, we welcome qualified students from across the United States.
Assistant Dean for Graduate Diversity and Education
Professor of Pharmacology and Systems Biology
Medical Sciences Building Room 1654231 Albert Sabin WayPO Box 670548Cincinnati, OH 45267-0548
Mail Location: 0548Phone: 513-558-5626Email: PREPprogram@ucmail.uc.edu