The Department of Supportive Care Summer Student Research Program aims to provide students with meaningful opportunities to engage in current research related to psychosocial oncology, palliative care, and cancer rehabilitation and survivorship.
The specific objectives of the program include:
- Contribute to ongoing research activities in the Department of Supportive Care
- Build research knowledge and skills, and gain meaningful work experience
- Facilitate professional network development
The program runs every year from June to August.
Summer students have the opportunity to work on projects in Psychosocial Oncology, Palliative Care or Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship.
Note: Available opportunities are not yet posted for Summer 2021. This page will continue to be updated as opportunities become available.
Online Learning with Cancer 360
All summer students within the Department of Supportive Care are invited to participate in Cancer 360, a self-guided online learning program.
Learn more about Cancer 360 »