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Johns Hopkins 吳子丑老師暑期實驗室申請相關資訊


Johns Hopkins 吳子丑老師暑期實驗室相關申請資訊如下,


2.請先依照Hopkins Visiting Medical Student Program 申請程序申請暑期研究,通過後才可參加吳子丑老師暑期實驗室課程

3.有關課程內容請見附檔,如有相關問題可與對方負責人Emily Farmer( 連絡







We invite to join us for our 2017 Summer Discussion Course in Immunology and we invite you to apply for the Research Elective program at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Wu's summer discussion course is a 6-week long seminar focusing on the biology of HPV-induced cervical cancer and the current developments in immunotherapy to treat cancer. The course meets 3 times a week, for 1 hour per class session. The course will run from Friday, July 7 to Monday, August 14. Attached please find the course syllabus, which has more specifics on course dates, location, and times.

To participate in research, international medical students must apply and register for a 9-week Research Elective through the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Visiting Medical Student Program. This program will allow you to receive a grade for your time at Johns Hopkins. The Professor cannot guarantee admission, so please be sure to submit your formal application through the institution. If you are accepted by the Visiting Medical Student Program, you will be welcome to participate in a research elective/summer research internship in Dr. Wu's lab.

Please refer to this website for the Visiting Medical Student application:

Click on "Application Process", then click "Research Elective Application". Notice that there are five items which you need to provide: 1) the completed Research elective application form, 2) a letter of recommendation from your home university's Dean's Office, 3) your official transcript, 4) the confidentiality agreement, 5) and the immunization record form. You can directly click on the links to print your forms.

Applications are ONLY accepted via mail. The Visiting Medical Student Program mailing address is:

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Office of the Registrar

Edward D. Miller Research Building

Attn: Visiting Student Coordinator

733 North Broadway, Suite 147

Baltimore, MD 21205

Dr. Wu is happy to provide you with a letter of support that you can enclose with your application. Please send myself and Dr. Wu your CV, as this will be helpful for writing your letter (email and Please also confirm the dates you would like to come to the lab. We will include the dates of your visit in the letter. Research electives are generally 9 weeks long and we suggest that you pick dates that encompass with the Summer Discussion Course dates (TBA).

When you submit your application, there are many different labs to which you may apply. If you search the Electives Book (, you will find Dr. Wu's lab is listed under "Pathology Research Opportunities" (DR. T.C. WU Cancer, immunotherapy for HPV associated malignancies and other gynecological cancers; molecular pathology and DNA vaccines). It is your choice if you would like to apply to other labs as well, but if you enclose the letter of support from Dr. Wu, you will most likely be matched with us.

There is an online survey course participants will need to take in order to sign up for their lecture topic. The online survey link is provided in the syllabus. I was having some technical difficulties with the survey link earlier, so in the event that your students are unable to take the survey, please have them contact me via email and I will send them the survey directly. Assigned lecture topic based off of survey responses will be announced closer to the course start date.

There is a fee for the registration of international students, and we currently cannot provide financial support, so we encourage you to seek support from your home institution. Please be prepared to arrange your own housing and transportation as well. In regards to housing, there are a lot of options in Baltimore. I would recommend that students start looking for housing in the spring since that is typically when current or graduating JHU/JHUSOM students start to make plans for moving-out or summer. The JHUSOM website has a lot of great information about housing ( and students may also find advertisements for available housing on Craigslist (

Please feel free to reach out with any questions you may have. Best of luck with the application process, and we hope to meet you this summer!

Emily Farmer

Research Program Coordinator for Dr. T.-C. Wu

The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Department of Pathology · Division of Gynecologic Pathology

Tel: 410.502.8097

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