Webb-Waring Medical Internship Program

The Webb-Waring Undergraduate Summer Research Program, established by Brian and Helen Fitzgerald P’19, provides an opportunity for rising sophomores, juniors, or seniors interested in a medical practitioner or research career to experience firsthand the technical aspects of work in a biomedical research laboratory. Webb-Waring students will be offered a wide range of educational, advising, and clinically related knowledge that should complement their training in research and familiarize students with a number of medical and research career paths which are open to them in the future.

Hannah Stillman ’23

Hannah Stillman in the lab.

University of Colorado, Webb-Waring Center, Aurora, CO This summer I participated in the Colorado Undergraduate Summer Program (CUSP) through the University of Colorado Medical School. This was a highly informative and career advancing experience. Every week we heard talks from relevant scientists and physicians and talked through complicated case studies. Continue reading »

Daniel Tran ’21

Photo 3 Daniel Tran – Daniel Tran

University of Colorado, Webb-Waring Center, Aurora, CO This summer, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to do biomedical research at the Webb-Waring Center in Aurora, Colorado. The Webb-Waring Center is a research center on the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus that was founded in the early 1900s… Continue reading »

Yvonne Cui ’20

A 4th of July Celebration Dinner at an intern’s house.

Webb-Waring Center, University of Colorado, Denver, CO Colorado prides itself on being the ideal summer destination with a myriad of fun activities, such as hiking, camping, biking, whitewater rafting, hot springs, and different festivals—all to get your heart racing as well as getting your mind some inner peace. And this… Continue reading »