Student Research Fellowship

The Department of Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital
is accepting applications for the Spring 2020 Student Research Fellowship

Since 1999, the Emergency Medicine Network (EMNet) Coordinating Center has welcomed premedical, medical, and public health student applicants for the EMNet Student Research Fellowship.

THE PROGRAM: The student(s) will gain research experience in the field of Emergency Medicine. They will be trained in several aspects of research including telephone interviewing, research protocol development, and data collection. Students will primarily be involved with our National Emergency Department Inventory studies.

The Fellowship will begin in February 2020 and will run for 10-14 weeks. Fellows must be willing to commit a minimum of 16 hours per week; between the hours of 8am-5:30pm Monday-Friday. Fellows will receive a stipend. Food and lodging are not provided.

ELIGIBILITY AND SELECTION: The EMNet Student Research Fellowship is open to all US-based premedical, medical, and public health students who have an interest in clinical or health services research. Applicants must have excellent organizational and computer skills and be able to work well with others. Several applicants will be selected.


  • A cover letter (including your immediate and long-term objectives)
  • A curriculum vitae (maximum of 2 pages)
  • Two letters of recommendation (including one from your academic advisor)
  • A copy of your transcript (both undergraduate and, if applicable, graduate)

PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION: The program will be based at Massachusetts General Hospital. The deadline for receipt of applications is November 15, 2019. Award decision(s) will be announced in January 2020.

INQUIRIES: To learn more about this research opportunity, please contact Krislyn Boggs. Please email or mail your application to the address below, or fax it to 617-724-4050. Letters of recommendation and transcripts may be sent separately (i.e. sent to us directly from recommender or university).

Krislyn Boggs, MPH
EMNet Coordinating Center
Department of Emergency Medicine
Massachusetts General Hospital
125 Nashua Street, Suite 920
Boston, MA 02114