Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Northwestern University volunteer internships are available year-round for motivated undergraduate students. This program provides students with an opportunity to explore the field of integrative medicine. Uundergraduate students who are interested in pursuing a graduate degree will gain hands-on experience with integrative health research, receive mentorship from clinical and research faculty, and participate in other scholarly activities. Students and their designated faculty mentor(s) will meet regularly to identify and set in motion a relevant course of scholarly activities, training goals and internship objectives.
The 2021 summer program is a paid internship and can be completed remotely. As we aim to increase equity and inclusion within integrative health and research, we encourage students from minoritized and under-represented communities to apply.
Meet our interns for Summer 2020!
Lavinia Huang, The Ohio State University, '22
Faculty Mentor: Bonnie Essner, PhD
Archisha Ghosh, University of Pittsburgh, '23
Faculty Mentor: Jason Ong, PhD
For additional information about our undergraduate student internship, contact Veronika Grote.
Areas of Scholarly Concentration
The mission of the Area of Scholarly Concentration (AOSC) is to train MD students to perform a highly mentored project which culminates with the writing of a thesis. AOSC projects related to integrative medicine AOSCs can be developed through the Medical Social Sciences & Outcomes Research area of investigation. For details on past projects, see our Areas of Research section.