Each university offering The American Cancer Society (ACS) Diversity in Cancer Research (DICR) Internship follows the same general course, tailoring it to highlight their biomedical science research and resources.
Winship Cancer Institute DICR interns and some mentors, summer 2021. Left to right: Curtis Henry, PhD, Alexander "Xan" Wesley, Larry Boise, PhD, Ryan Nobles, Kennedy Humphrey, Jason Lett, and Kashari Henry.
The DICR internship program funded by the ACS will start at the Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center in the summer of 2022.
The DICR internship program funded by the ACS will start at the IU Melvin and Bren Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center in the summer of 2022.
Nicolle Arellano (left) and Alena Pedroza, 2 of the DICR interns during the summer of 2021 at the University of Chicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center.
University of Kentucky Markey STRONG Scholars, DICR interns funded by the American Cancer Society in the summer of 2021, from left to right: Kennedy Palmer (Western Kentucky University), Omar Bojang (Transylvania University), Ana Thompson (Berea College), and Elaf Ghoneim (University of Kentucky).
University of Maryland Marlene and Steward Greenbaum Comprehensive Cancer Center ACS DICR interns, summer 2021, from left to right: Lab assistant Zewde, Jordyn, Sasha, Demi, and Ayoo in the back.
2021 ACS DICR interns at the University of New Mexico Comprehensive Cancer Center are circled. Back: Eduardo Peralta-Herrara (University of Rochester, NY) and Marelessis Palomino (University of New Mexico). Middle: Jade Underwood (Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO). Front: Adina Abudushalamu (University of New Mexico).
The DICR internship program funded by the ACS will start at the Oklahoma Health Stephenson Cancer Center in the summer of 2022.
ACS DICR interns from the Washington University Siteman Cancer Center enjoying a night out summer 2021.
The Yale University School of Medicine DICR internship program funded by the ACS will start at the Yale Cancer Center in the summer of 2022.