Pediatrics / Research / Summer Training Program / Program Details Program Details Summer Program Outline The SCRC Summer Program is a 10-week research program starting on Tuesday, May 28, 2024. The program ends on Thursday, August 1, 2024. Each student in the program will work with a PI and his/her research team to complete a research project by the end of the program. The Summer Program offers weekly lectures covering topics on pediatric research, general research themes, career guidance. Each student will be expected to participate in a student-led journal club with a faculty mentor. Each student in the program must complete an abstract and a poster summarizing the findings of the project. All participants also present at the Summer Program's poster symposium on the final day of the program. Funding Each Summer Program student is paid a $3,000 stipend for the summer. The stipend is paid in 4 equal installments on June 14, June 28, July 15 & July 31. If, for some reason, a student is not active in the program for part of the summer, the stipend is pro-rated. Students are responsible for any taxes owed on the stipend. The SCRC does not cover the cost of travel to or from the program. Students must have their own medical insurance coverage for the duration of the program. On-campus parking is available for any student who wishes to bring a car to the Summer Program. The cost to the student is ~$12/week. Access to a gym and other amenities are available for nominal fees. Housing On-campus housing is provided for Summer Program students. The apartment-style housing is located less than a 10 minute walk from the Medical Center and the SCRC Summer Program covers the cost. Students are usually paired with another student from the program. Roommate assignments are announced by mid-May. Each program participant will need to bring their own linens (extra long twin), blankets, pillows and towels. Kitchens are available in each apartment. Summer Program students who wish to cook will need to bring their own cooking items, including pots, pans, plates, cups and utensils. The apartments are not air conditioned. We recommend you bring a fan. Each apartment offers free WiFi access available through the University's network. Access to the network is usually granted during Orientation on the first day of the program. Parking is available in an adjacent lot for students who wish to bring their cars. The cost of the parking is ~$12/week. The University of Rochester provides a campus shuttle bus service. During the summer, there is also a campus shuttle service between campus and a mall, grocery store and shopping plaza in nearby Henrietta, NY. A University ID is required to ride these shuttles at no charge. Smoking is not permitted on any University campus, including all of the University’s housing facilities.