For Dental Students
Summer Research Fellowship (SURF) Program
The SURF program offers an opportunity to work on a research project under the direction of a faculty member. A stipend and allowance for research expenses is provided.
The program is announced by the first week in February for the following summer.
- See the brochure for more program details, contact information, and how to apply.
- 2013 SURF Application – Due date March 29, 2013
2013 SURF Application (Word Document)
- SURF 2012 Student Research Projects
Multidisciplinary Predoctoral Clinical Research Training Program (TL1)
The Multidisciplinary Predoctoral Clinical Research Training Program (TL1) provides core curriculum and interdisciplinary clinical and translational research experience for students in health professions. The program focuses on enabling students to work with a multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary team that conducts clinical research in the laboratory, in clinical agencies or in the community.
Trainees will learn in a peer interaction environment through seminars, work-in-progress sessions, health science wide colloquia, informal gatherings, and learning/mentoring relationships between other trainees, scholars, and experienced researchers.
Get more information on the Summer TL1 program.
In addition to the Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree, the University of Washington School of Dentistry offers advanced education programs. To learn more about these opportunities and the DDS/PhD program, visit Postdoctoral Programs.
Research Opportunities Database (password protected)
Through an Oral Health Research Education Grant, a database of research opportunities and faculty members is available through the School of Dentistry. If you are an undergraduate student interested in research opportunities, contact Dr. Linda LeResche, Professor, Department of Oral Medicine at:
Seattle, WA 98195-6370