Discovery to Cure offer internship programs for high school juniors, high school teachers and undergraduates as well as an international clinical and research fellowship for physicians and survivors.
The Discovery to Cure Clinical and Translational Research Fellowship was established for the purpose of expanding the interest and ability of physicians from Asia, the Middle East, South America and Europe to conduct clinical trials and translational research. Physicians selected for the program are trained in the design and conduct of clinical and translational research in a 12-month (minimum 10-month) program at the Yale School of Medicine.
The Discovery to Cure Summer Internship Program was created in 2003 to expose high quality high school students from the United States and abroad to Yale's laboratories to encourage them to pursue future career opportunities in biomedical research.
In this forum, women share their personal experiences when being diagnosed and treated for ovarian cancer. Students are able to ask questions and talk with these women about what types of patient-doctor interactions were helpful and which ones were not. Students treasure this rare opportunity to hear firsthand about these women’s experiences.