SAMRC: Research Internships 2024

SAMRC: Research Internships 2024

South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC): Research Internships 2024

SAMRC: Research Internships 2024 The South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) is thrilled to announce its array of Research Internship opportunities for 2024, offering a gateway to invaluable professional growth and hands-on experience in the realm of medical research. With a myriad of vacancies across various disciplines, SAMRC invites passionate individuals to embark on a journey of discovery, innovation, and contribution to the advancement of healthcare. These internships provide a fertile ground for honing skills, fostering collaborations, and making meaningful contributions to cutting-edge research projects. Don’t miss this chance to immerse yourself in the dynamic world of medical research; seize the opportunity to become an integral part of SAMRC’s mission to tackle pressing health challenges and improve the well-being of communities nationwide. Apply now to secure your place in shaping the future of healthcare through SAMRC’s Research Internship program.

  • Stipend: R17,090
  • Closing Date: 31 May 2024

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The South African Medical Research Council (SAMRC) strives to improve the nation’s health and quality of life by funding and conducting relevant and leading health research. It further aims to promote equity, career development and progression.


Duration: One-Year Contract

The SAMRC extends an invitation to graduates in health/biomedical sciences or developmental/administrative studies to apply and participate in a research management internship opportunity available in the Research Capacity Development Division (Cape Town Office) as indicated below.

The SAMRC’s Research Capacity Development Division is a well-established funding division responsible for managing streamlined funding programmes including scholarships and research career development grants to support the growth of health research capacity by offering strategic capacity development awards directly contributing to National Targets for research capacity development and transformation. The incumbent will be reporting to the Career award’s Programme manager and will be integrated within the RCD Grant Portfolio, administering both pre- and post-awards processes.

Core Requirements:• Min Qualification: 3-year Degree in Health or Biomedical Sciences or Developmental or Administrative Studies or similar relevant qualification or higher

• Computer literate with proficient use of Microsoft Office including Excel and Teams• Ability to communicate effectivelyAdvantageous• BSc (Honours) or BTech or a postgraduate diploma will be considered as an advantage.

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