Stipends for each student are paid a in the amount of $1,500 twice during the ten week program. Housing is included for applicants at a residential life facility with full bath and kitchen. Students living on campus could incur expenses of $150 to cover fees such as mailbox rental and parking.
Funding for Projects Related to Behavioral Pediatrics
Scholarship support for medical students has been developed through the Haggerty-Friedman Psychosocial Fund for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, administered through the Strong Children's Research Center, for studies in the area of Behavioral Pediatrics directed to investigating behavioral and developmental problems among children and adolescents, and psychosocial issues affecting them and their families. In addition to summer programs, medical students can work under a faculty supervisor during the academic year.