Preference will be given to a member of any federally-recognized tribe.
Eligible students must have completed 2 years of undergraduate study at an institution in the United States and be currently enrolled in good standing.
Students must demonstrate a record of high academic achievement in science course work and experience in laboratory research or health sciences is desired.
Two letters of recommendation from faculty mentors or instructors are required and should highlight the applicant’s achievements in course work and research experiences, and include an evaluation of his or her desire for a biomedical research or health science related career.
Students should submit a statement of career goals that includes a brief discussion of the applicant’s interest and future goals related to American Indian cancer health equity research.