Research & Innovation

Research Volunteer Program

Research Internship Program

St. Luke’s University Health Network (SLUHN) offers current undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to apply for the SLUHN Research Volunteer Program. The program is designed to give voluntary experience and an insight into the current research processes taking place within the network. Students will begin to understand the various phases a research project undergoes from first being only a simple idea, to creating a team, literature review, IRB approvals, clinical implementation, data collection, and publication. This program also provides a glimpse of what different departments focus on when it comes to research and the variety of research across the network level.

This program is designed to expose students to several facets of research and take into consideration the individual’s interests and guide them in making career choices. During the Internship program, students will be required to attend assigned research meetings and symposiums, complete all assigned tasks within deadlines given, and adhere to the schedule as agreed upon prior to start date. Students are required to complete a minimum of 8 hours per week (128 hours per semester).