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What is MARC?
This information can be found at http://marc.fullerton.edu/
The Maximizing Access to Research Careers (MARC) training program offers an extraordinary opportunity for minority students seeking careers in biomedical research. This program is funded by a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, National Institute of Health to Dr. Amybeth Cohen, Professor of Biological Science.
The goals of the program are to provide first-rate research training of undergraduate participants, to place undergraduates into respected graduate programs and ensure their success in those programs. To achieve these goals, the program will provide MARC Scholars with a solid curriculum, strong intramural and extramural research experience, personalized career and academic advisement and experience in presenting research data on the CSUF campus and at national professional meetings. Scholars will also gain exposure to a broad range of biomedical researchers through an enhanced seminar series in the Department of Biological Science.
One of the features of the program is that MARC Scholars will have the opportunity to work with outstanding CSUF faculty members from biological science, chemistry, biochemistry, bioengineering, biophysics, mathematics, computer science, and psychology. These faculty members will serve as mentors and thesis committee members.
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