We did not have lab this week, so we spent our time getting in our last bit of traveling. We went to Kenting and enjoyed the South Beach, which was beautiful! The waves were very powerful, so there were a lot of surfers out in the water. Because the waves were so powerful, we weren’t
The San Diego State University Minority Health and Health Disparities International Research Training program (SDSU MHIRT) is a component of the national MHIRT program funded by the National Institutes of Health. We offer international training experiences to students from health disparity backgrounds with a goal of encouraging such students to pursue careers in biomedical, clinical, and behavioral health research. The ultimate mission of the MHIRT program is for MHIRT trainee alumni, through their careers as researchers and medical professionals, to work to reduce, and eventually eliminate, healthcare disparities in the United States.
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October 8, 2018: Application period opens
Applications will be made available online.
**APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 20, 2018**
Application deadline. Your complete application [application form, transcripts, personal statement and letters of recommendation] must be received by midnight on December 15, 2017. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. You can send an unofficial transcript with your application, but the official transcript must arrive by January 13, 2018.
February 1, 2019: All applicants notified of the status of their application
Acceptance announcements and packets sent out.
February 15, 2019: Formal acceptance of MHIRT fellowship
Accepted trainees must return their acceptance package, including travel insurance and stipend forms. All fellows without a passport valid for 6 months past September 2017 must either apply for their passport or renew their current passport at their own expense. Accepted fellows must return completed acceptance packet or forfeit fellowship offer.
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The final week in Taiwan was really something. The beginning of the week was full of anxiousness and stress, trying to analyze the data correctly and getting my final presentation power point to be perfect. My data in particular had many readings since I used 6 sensors for my project. I went through so many