The application period for the 2023 Amgen Scholars Summer Program is now closed.
The Amgen Scholars Canada Program is a fully-funded opportunity for undergraduate students across Canada to participate in innovative biomedical research with world-renowned faculty at the University of Toronto. Over the course of this 10-week program, Amgen Scholars will develop the skills necessary for graduate school and for careers in science through a combination of hands-on research alongside faculty, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students, participation in lab and professional development activities, and relationship building.
During the program, the 15 Amgen Scholars will be housed at U of T’s historic St. George campus in downtown Toronto. Amgen Scholars will be encouraged to explore the remarkable diversity of the city and the surrounding region through social and community-building events.
Thanks to the Amgen Foundation for their generous support of this program.
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University of Toronto Brings Prestigious Amgen Scholars Program to Canada
The potential for biomedical research in advancing human health is huge — with stem cell science, immunotherapy, genetic technologies and other areas transforming the way we understand and treat disease. In today’s complex research landscape, diverse expertise, fresh ideas and cross-disciplinary collaboration are key to innovation.
Sparking Careers in STEM for Everyone
The Amgen Scholars Canada Program gives opportunities to undergraduate students in STEM — science, technology, engineering, and math — to work in real research laboratories at the University of Toronto. They gain hands-on experience and contribute to cutting-edge research, all while receiving mentorship from some of the leading scientists in biomedicine and biotechnology.
University Professor Molly Shoichet welcomed McMaster University undergraduate Allysia Chin into her lab as part of this program, and she’s thrilled to be part of the spark of a young researcher’s early career.