Are you interested in working with medical students on a research project?
Do you have a burning question or series of questions or areas of interest related to the practice of medicine, medical education, and/or biomedical science that you would like to explore?
Are you looking for ways to increase your involvement with our medical education program and engage with medical students on a scholarly research project that can lead to presentations at scientific conferences and eventual publication as a research article?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, please consider the possibility of serving as a RESEARCH MENTOR for one or more UCF medical students.
All first and second year medical students are required to develop and conduct a scholarly research project under the guidance of a qualified research mentor during the first two years of medical school at UCF as part of our “Focused Inquiry & Research Experience” (“FIRE”) Module.
If you are interested in becoming a RESEARCH MENTOR and are not currently serving in this capacity, please click on the following link to complete a brief survey.
After reviewing your information, we will contact you to let you know next steps. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us anytime.