Summer Student Internships

Summer Student Internships

By: uwmweb Date: November 7th, 2014

2014 HIPRC Summer Students

2014SummerStudents
Pictured (left to right):
Front row: Ujwala Kumar, Arthi Narayanan, Leyna Ho
Back row: Alexandria Lahdya, Rajiv Ayyagari, Leah Thompson
Not pictured: Matt Li, Tom Wilson, Shan Modi, Tiffany Vogt, Mia Vogel, and Manya Segireddy

Highlights

  • Mentored Summer Projects
  • Special Student Seminar Program
  • Clinical Observations
  • Work-In-Progress Sessions
  • Journal Clubs
  • End of Session Presentations
  • Networking

Application Process

  • Application opens November 1st, 2014
  • *DEADLINE EXTENDED* Submission deadline is February 4th, 2015
  • Current high school, undergraduate, or graduate students are eligible
  • Submit:
  1. Application
  2. Transcript with overall GPA of 3.0
  3. Resume
  4. One Letter of Teacher Recommendation
  • Scholarship opportunities for underrepresented minorities

Download the application and teacher recommendation form, complete, and email to hiprc@uw.edu.

Or mail it to us at: Harborview Injury Prevention & Research Center, 325 9th Ave, Box #359960, Seattle, WA 98104

In order to let you know what kind of projects are available through HIPRC, here is a list of our 2014 HIPRC Summer Students, their projects, and mentors.

Student Project/Study Title  Mentor(s)
Rajiv Ayyagari
Ingraham High School
Health Literacy Project Megan Moore, PhD, MSW
Rosemary Grant, RN, BSN, CPHQ
Leyna Ho
University of Washington
Emergency Department Services to Patients with Traumatic Brain Injuries Megan Moore, PhD, MSW
Ujwala Kumar
Oregon State University
Pedestrian-Vehicle Collisions in Lima, Peru Alex Quistberg, PhD, MPH
Alexandria Lahdya
University of California – Berkeley
Emergency Department Services to Patients with Traumatic Brain Injuries Megan Moore, PhD, MSW
Matthew Li
NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine
TBI and Diastolic Dysfunction Vijay Krishnamoorthy, MD
Shan Modi
University of Texas Medical Branch
Cardiac Dysfunction in Adult, Brain-Dead Heart Donors; The Use Of Serial Echocardiography for Adult, Brain-Dead Patients to Improve Donor Harvest Rates Vijay Krishnamoorthy, MD
Arthi Narayanan
University of Pittsburgh
Development of a Systems Engineering-Based Model to Evaluate Pediatric Trauma Team Design Nithya Kannan, MD
Monica Vavilala, MD
Manya Segireddy
Juanita High School
Pedestrian-Vehicle Collisions in Lima, Peru Alex Quistberg, PhD, MPH
Leah Thompson
Amherst College
National Variation in ICU Management of Pediatric Trauma Patients Kathryn Flynn-O’Brien, MD
Mia Vogel
University of Washington
Emergency Department Social Work Services to Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury Study Megan Moore, PhD, MSW
Tiffany Vogt
University of Washington
Social Work Intervention for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: SWIFT Study Megan Moore, PhD, MSW
Tom Wilson
NYU School of Medicine
 Cardiac Dysfunction Assessed by Transthoracic Echocardiography in Patients with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Vijay Krishnamoorthy, MD

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