|American Society for Microbiology - ASM Undergraduate Research Fellowship (ASM-URF)||ASM Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program Education Board||Microbiology||
The ASM Undergraduate Research Fellowship (URF) is aimed at highly competitive students who wish to pursue graduate careers (Ph.D. or MD/Ph.D) in microbiology. Students will have the opportunity to conduct full time research at their home institutions with an ASM member and present research results at the ASM General Meeting the following year.
|Eligible student candidates for the fellowship must: Be enrolled as full-time matriculating undergraduate students during the 2013-2014 academic year at an accredited U.S. Institution, Be involved in a research project, Have an ASM member at their home institutions willing to serve as a mentor, and Not receive financial support for research (i.e., Council for Undergraduate Research, Minority Access to Research Careers, Sigma Xi) during the fellowship.||
American Society for Microbiology, 1752 N Street
NW Washington, DC 20036
|Arizona State University (ASU) - postbaccalaureate research education program (prep)||Biomedical Sciences.||
Arizona State University (ASU) hosts a oneto two-year training opportunity for underrepresented minority students who have recently completed their bachelor's degree and need to obtain more experience and preparation
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. _ Completed undergraduate degree within the last three years.||
Postbacculaurate Research Education Program (PREP)
Arizona State University
, The Biodesign Institute , PO Box 875401
Tempe, AZ 85287-5401
|Association of PublicHealth Laboratories - Emerging Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program (EID)||Infectious disease related||
The Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) Laboratory Fellowship Program is a one-year program designed for bachelorÕs or masterÕs level scientists, with emphasis on the practical application of technologies, methodologies, and
|Completion of undergraduate degree by the start of the program.||
8515 Georgia Avenue, Suite 700
Silver Spring, MD 20910
|Baylor College of Medicine - Post-baccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP)||Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences||Biomedical Sciences||
The Baylor College PREP program is designed to help underrepresented college graduates prepare for biomedical PhD study. The nine- to 12-month program allows students to gain mentored biomedical research and includes
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. _ Completed college within the last three years. Demonstrated interest in pursuing a PhD degree in the biomedical sciences.||
SMART PREP Program, Baylor College of Medicine, One Baylor Plaza, MS: BCM 215
Houston, TX 77030
|Boise State University - REU Site: Summer Research in Chemistry at Boise State University for First Year Undergraduates||Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry||chemistry, biochemistry, materials chemistry||
REU student participants will partake in one of many potential research projects offered by our research-active faculty members. The Boise State REU program attempts to convey our belief that there is much more to being a scientist than the completion of experiments in a laboratory. We attempt to involve students in the identification of problems, generation of hypotheses, design of experiments, interpretation of data, reporting of results, and collaboration with other researchers.
|To be eligible for our program, you must: 1. be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident 2. not be graduating before this summer 3. be a full-time college or university student, and 4. be available for full-time research work (minimum of Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm) from May 30-August8, 2012 (or dates near these).||
Boise State University
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, 1910 University Drive
Boise,, ID 83725-1520
|Boston University - Summer Undergraduate ResearchFellowship (SURF)||Biological research.||
The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) is designed to promote access to graduate education among undergraduate students, especially those from groups traditionally underrepresented in the
|Non-BU student of junior or senior standing. Member of a group traditionally underrepresented in the sciences. Two letters of recommendation.||
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, 143 Bay State Road
Boston, MA 2215
|Brigham and Women's Hospital - BWH STARS Program||clinical and translational research||
To provide underrepresented minority (URM) medical and undergraduate students an opportunity to engage in exciting basic, clinical and translational research projects during the summer at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) and Harvard Medical School (HMS).
|underrepresented in the sciences (African-American, Alaskan/Hawaiian Native, Hispanic, or Native American). U.S. citizen or non-citizen national with a permanent resident visa. Undergraduate student of junior or senior standing OR first-year medical student.||
BWH STARS Program
Office for Multicultural Faculty Careers, C/O Elena Muench
1620 Tremont Street, 3-014
Boston, MA 2120
|California Academy of Sciences Summer Systematics Institute (SSI) - Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)||Evolutionary biology||
the California Academy of Sciences Summer Systematics Institute (SSI) with support from NSF's Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) initiative and the Academy's Robert T. Wallace endowment addresses critical issues such as, world-wide threats to biodiversity, the origins and diversification of life, phylogenetic systematics and evolutionary biology, which have become critical components of undergraduate education.
|Any U.S. citizen or resident alien (green card) who is an undergraduate student, and who will not have graduated before fall of 2012, is welcome to apply. That is, you must be enrolled in an undergraduate program at the time of the internship. We encourage applications from groups under-represented in the sciences. An excellent academic record and participation in a wide range of campus activities are highly regarded, but not the sole criteria for the selection process.||
|Carnegie Mellon University - SURF: Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships||Department of Biological Sciences||Any Field||
The Summer Research Fellowship program awards $3500 to undergraduates at Carnegie Mellon for 8-10 FULL-TIME weeks of summer research in any field of study. Students interested in any form of research may apply. All you need is an idea and a faculty advisor willing to supervise your research on campus for 8-10 weeks. You can work alone or in a group, but you must apply for the Fellowship as an individual - no group awards are available.
|Minimum 3.0 GPA in the preceeding Fall semester. Enrollment at Carnegie Mellon as an undergraduate during the academic year of application (alumni are not eligible the summer following graduation). Work with a Carnegie Mellon faculty mentor. Conduct research on-campus (the fellowships are not intended to support research at other institutions or study abroad; travel for specific and limited research purposes is allowed with prior permission from the URO). Commit fulltime to the research positionÑthe fellowship is in lieu of a job; students work regular hours and submit time cards through their home departments.||
Undergraduate Research Office , 5000 Forbes Avenue, Warner Hall 531
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
|Case Western Reserve University's School of Medicine - Postbaccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP)||Biomedical Sciences||
The PREP program at Case Western Reserve University offers a one- or two-year coordinated program of study to increase the likelihood of success in a research-based graduate program. PREP Scholars enjoy mentored research
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. _ Graduated with a baccalaureate degree (BA or BS) in a biomedicallyrelevant science from an accredited US college or university less than 36 months prior to the date of application submission. _ Commitment to pursuing a PhD in the biomedical sciences.||
PREP Administrator, Office of Graduate Education
School of Medicine, Room TG-1, Case Western Reserve University
10900 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH 44106-4987
|Chicago Botanic Garden - REU PROGRAM||Plant Science and Conservation||conservation biology, ecology, evolution, genetics, habitat, invasive species, plants, pollination, restoration, soil science, systematics||
The Chicago Botanic Garden, with colleagues from partner institutions, hosts a 10-week summer research experience, to be held from June 11 - August 17 in 2012. This program offers undergraduate participants an opportunity to explore a diverse array of scientific fields related to plant biology and conservation. Travel, room and board, and research costs are covered by the program. Participants also receive a $4,750 stipend.
|NSF-supported REU participants must be current undergraduate students (enrolled spring and fall 2012) and must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions. If you're graduating in Spring 2012, please consider the Conservation and Land Management Internship Program, which hires 75-100 college graduates for 5-month internships each year||
Chicago Botanic Garden, 1000 Lake Cook Road
Glencoe,, IL 60022
|Columbia University/Barnard College - Columbia University/Barnard College Amgen Scholars Summer Research Program||Biotechnology||
The Columbia University/Barnard College program provides 10 weeks of hands-on research in premier labs, including informal discussion with premier scientists, graduate school preparation, exposure to biotechnology,
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Currently enrolled undergraduate student of sophomore (with at least 4 quarters or 3 semesters of college course work), junior, or nongraduating senior standing attending a 4-year college or university in the U.S., Puerto Rico, or other U.S. territory.||
744 B Mudd Bldg., MC2454
, 1212 Amsterdam Ave.
New York, NY 10027
|DARMOUTH GRADUATE STUDIES - Academic Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (ASURE)||Molecular and Cellular Biology||
The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) is a full-time research experience in the laboratory of one of the principal investigators in the Molecular and Cellular Biology Program. The program includes participation in group discussions, seminars, and other research and career
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Undergraduate student enrolled at a 4-year accredited college or university. Students belonging to groups traditionally underrepresented in the sciences are encouraged to apply, as well as students from institutions lacking research facilities.||
6062 Wentworth Hall,
, Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 3755
|Delaware State University - REU Site: Undergraduate Research in Molecular Genetics and Genomics||Department of Agriculture Natural Resources||biology, molecular biology, genomics, lab techniques, bioinformatics, ethics, communications skills||
Delaware State University (DSU) will host a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) site in Molecular Genetics & Genomics in Summer 2012. Students will work with research mentors in a 9-week multidisciplinary summer research program. Students will be provided stipends, meals, housing, and funds for travel to and from DSU. Using an established network of faculty from DSU, Delaware Technical and Community College (DTCC), Wesley College and the Delaware Biotechnology Institute (DBI), ten students will be trained each summer in state-of-the-art techniques in molecular biology and genomics.
|Students who are entering the sophomore, junior, or senior years are eligible. Freshmen with exceptional track records will also be considered.||
DSU-REU Site Program Director
Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources, 1200 N DuPont Hwy
Dover, DE 19901
|Drexel UniversityCollege of Medicine - High School Summer Research Internship Program||Office of Biomedical Graduate||Biological/Biomedical principles||
Drexel University College of Medicine provides paid Summer Research Internships (HSSRI) to students from area high schools with an interest in biomedical research. The HSSRI program provides students with an opportunity to enhance their understanding of current biological/biomedical principles and their analytical/technical skills in a research environment.
|Students must reside within a reasonable commuting distance of Drexel Med during the full term of the program. The HSSRI program does not provide housing. Residents of Philadelphia and its immediate PA and NJ suburbs will be given preference; if you do not reside in this area but can make your own arrangements for housing (e.g., with a relative) please provide your local address when you submit your application.||
Drexel University College of Medicine
, 2900 Queen Lane, Suite G24
Philadelphia, PA 19129
|Emory University - SURE (Summer Undergraduate Research Experience)||Science||
Summer Undergraduate Research Program at Emory (SURE) allows undergraduate students to conduct supervised research with a faculty mentor. Students receive training in the research methods applicable to their research plan, analyze their data and create written and oral presentations of their results. At the end of the summer, each participant takes part in a formal research symposium.
|Currently enrolled undergraduate student of sophomore or junior standing with a strong academic background. Recommendation from a science mentor||
c/o Center for Science Education
, Emory University
1399 Oxford Rd.
Atlanta, GA 30322
|Florida A&M University - Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)||Department of Biological Sciences||Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Genomics, Proteomics||
They will provide an intensive, stimulating research experience for 30 undergraduate students in cohorts of 10 participants per year from 2012-2014. The major goal of this project is to provide research experience in cutting-edge technology to young adults as part of their undergraduate education to stimulate their appetite for graduate studies and careers in the life sciences. This program will introduce the students to research methods and ethics, Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR), followed by problem-based research under the guidance of a Ph.D. level mentor. The program will also include visits to other laboratories at neighboring universities and university-hosted facilities, i.e., The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, to broaden studentsÕ exposure to main stream research. Sample projects include, but are not limited to A) genetic engineering of plants to impart resistance to abiotic and biotic stresses, B) unraveling disease pathways in model organisms, C) molecular and cellular studies to understand the defenses against immune attack by pathogens and D) bioinformatics to predict and model the gene-gene interactions and networks
|students who have completed their sophomore or junior year.)||
Florida A&M University,
Tallahassee, FL 32307
|Fort Valley State University - REU Site: Summer Research Program in Biotechnology||Plant Biotechnology||biology, plant biotechnology||
The center for Biotechnology at Fort Valley State University invites undergraduates to participate in its summer research experience for undergraduates program in biotechnology from May 24 to July 23, 2010. PURPOSE : To provide insight of biotechnology research through hands on experience for enhanced interest in research.
|An applicant must be: Enrolled in an accredited college/university , majoring in the biological science. Be college sophomores or juniors with a minimum 2.8 GPA A student with a strong interest in a career in agricultural/biotechnology research are encouraged to apply.||
113 Alva Tabor Building
, 1005 State University Drive
Fort Valley, GA
|Fred Hutchinson CancerResearch Center/NewMexico State University - Cancer Research Internships for Undergraduate Students||Cancer Research||
Underrepresented students attending New
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Enrolled at NMSU at the time of application submission. Undergraduate student of at least sophomore standing. *Member of a group traditionally underrepresented the sciences. Strong background in the sciences. *Note: This includes racial and ethnic groups traditionally underrepresented in health sciences, persons with disabilities, and persons raised in economically disadvantaged backgrounds.||
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
, 1100 Fairview Ave. N., PO Box 19024,
Seattle, WA 98109
|Graduate School of Biomedical SciencesUniversity of North Texas Health Science Center - Post-Baccalaureate Research Education Program and Retention Enhancement (PREPARE)||Biomedical Science||
The University of North Texas PREP program provides underrepresented minority students who have received an undergraduate degree in
|Hold a bachelor s degree from a regionally accredited institution Have minimum 2.5 GPA on his/her last 60 undergraduate semester hours. Required to take the GRE (no minimum score) Major in the life sciences (biology, biochemistry, chemistry, biotechnology, etc.) U.S. citizenship or permanent resident Intention of pursuing a Ph.D.||
3500 Camp Bowie Blvd, EAD 860
Fort Worth, TX 76107
|H. Lee Moffitt CancerCenter & ResearchInstitute - Summer Program for the Advancementof Research Knowledge (SPARK)||Biomedical research||
MoffittÕs Summer Program for the Advancement of Research Knowledge (SPARK) provides research experience for students who have an aptitude for science and a high level of interest in pursuing a medical or research career. Students will perform cancer-related research in:
|Undergraduate student seeking a career in science or medicine.||
Office of Research Education
, Moffitt Cancer Center
12902 Magnolia Drive
Tampa, FL 33612
|Harvard Medical School - Summer Honors Undergraduate Research Program||Division of Medical Sciences||Biomedical sciences||
The Summer Honors Undergraduate Research Program (SHURP) at Harvard Medical School is a ten-week summer research program for college students belonging to groups that are traditionally underrepresented in the sciences.
|Currently enrolled undergraduate student of freshman, sophomore or junior standing. Able to commit to participating in the entire ten-week program.||
Division of Medical Sciences, Harvard Medical School, TMEC Room 432, 260 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 2115
|Harvard Stem CellInstitute - HSCI Internship Program (HIP)||Stem cell science||
The goal of the HSCI Internship Program (HIP) is to provide undergraduate students with a focused and challenging summer research experience in a cutting-edge stem cell science laboratory, and to expose them to different professional options within the scientific arena. This is accomplished through a stem cell seminar series, a career pathways presentation, and a weekly stem cell companion course. Interns will present their summer research findings, both orally and in poster format, at the HIP Symposium - a requirement of all program participants.
|An academic background in the biological sciences is essential. Previous lab experience is preferred. Strong interest in stem cell biology||
Holyoke Center, Suite 727W, 1350 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 2138
|Harvard UniversityÕs School of Public Health - Summer Program in Quantitative Sciences||Department of Biostatistics||Biostatistics, epidemiology and public health research||
The Summer Program is a relatively intensive 6-week program, during which qualified participants receive an interesting and enjoyable introduction to biostatistics, epidemiology and public health research. This program is designed to expose undergraduates to the use of quantitative methods for biological, environmental and medical research. The program also provides useful advice about graduate school and the application process through GRE preparation, meetings with different departments of the Harvard School of Public Health and other schools at Harvard University.
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Member of a group that is traditionally underrepresented in graduate education (African American, Hispanic/Latino, American Indian/Alaskan Natives, Pacific Islander or Multirac ial/Biracial) OR a first-generation college student (neither parent nor legal guardian has a bachelor's degree) OR a owincome student (as defined by the U.S. Department of Education) OR a disabled student (according to the definition of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973). Carry health insurance during the 4-week program. Academic minimum: 3.0 GPA and completion of calculus coursework. Interest in pursuing graduate studies in public health, biostatistics, or epidemiology.||
Harvard School of Public Health
655 Huntington Avenue,
, SPH2, 4th fl.
Boston, MA 2115
|Herman B Wells Center Indiana University - 2012 Summer Internship Program||Department of Pediatrics||Biomedical Research||
The goals of the Wells Center are to increase knowledge of the causes and mechanisms of serious pediatric diseases, to develop innovative approaches to diagnosis and treatment of childhood diseases, and to provide an outstanding training environment for medical and graduate students, residents, and fellows. Students will be paired with individual faculty in one of 34 laboratories. Students are encouraged to attend weekly seminars and research-related center meetings each week, as well as other academic events that involve the Wells Center faculty (e.g., combined seminar series, seminars of faculty candidates, Weekly Basic Science Research Forum and Pediatric Faculty Research Seminar Series). Interns are
|This program is designed for Undergraduate and Graduate students in a science major. High School Students (seniors) may also apply. Per Environmental Health and Safety guidelines, persons must be 18 years of age to work in the laboratories.||
1044 West Walnut ,
Indianapolis, IN 46202
|Huntsman CancerInstitute - Undergraduate Summer Research Program||Department of Oncological Sciences||Biomedical Research||
The goals of the Huntsman Cancer Institute's Summer Internship Program are to:
|Currently enrolled at a university or college as a sophomore, junior, or senior OR recent graduate who has not begun graduate or medical studies. A strong commitment to biomedical research. Academic minimum: 3.5 GPA||
Huntsman Cancer Institute, 2000 Circle of Hope, Room 4340
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
|Indiana University - Summer Research Experiencefor Undergraduates||Department of Biology||biology, animal behavior, psychology, anthropology, genetics, neuroscience||
The REU program in Animal Behavior brings about 10 undergraduate students to Indiana University each summer to engage in animal behavior research. The program offers a unique opportunity for talented undergraduates to spend the summer doing state-of-the-art research and to gain valuable skills while exploring career opportunities in the sciences.
|Participants must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Students will not enroll in classes or hold outside employment during the term of their internship, and must be enrolled as an undergraduate students during the REU program. Students who are members of groups traditionally under-represented in the sciences (women, ethnic and racial minorities, those with disabilities, etc.) are particularly urged to apply. Students with special needs are also encouraged to apply||
402 N. Park Ave.,
Bloomington, IN 47405
|Indiana University Health, Inc. - Summer Student Research Program||Methodist Research Institute||Biomedical sciences||
The Summer Student Research Program pairs students in the sciences with biomedical researchers and is designed to provide students with a hands-on research experience. Research projects are available in both clinical and
|Science major who has completed at least *60 semester hours by the start of the program; medical students should have completed their first year. 18 years of age at the time of hire. Academic minimum: 3.0 GPA. A commitment to work 40 hours per week for 12 consecutive weeks (from May to August). *In most instances, 60 semester hours is equivalent to junior standing||
IU Health Methodist Hospital, 1801 N Senate Blvd.
Indianapolis, IN 46206
|Indiana University,Melvin and Bren SimonsCancer Center - Summer Research Program (SRP)||Biomedical and Behavioral sciences||
The IU Simon Cancer Center Summer Research Program (SRP) aims to increase the number of high school and undergraduate students from underrepresented populations pursuing biomedical and behavioral science careers by providing positive and meaningful firsthand exposure to these fields.
|High school OR undergraduate student. High school students must: Have completed their junior year. Display an aptitude for science and math. Academic minimum: 3.0 GPA. Undergraduate students must: Complete at least 24 hours of college credit. Major in biomedical or behavioral science. Academic minimum: 3.2 GPA.||
1030 W. Michigan St.,
Indianapolis, , IN 46202
|Iowa State University - REU Site in Molecular Biotechnology and Genomics||Molecular Biotechnology and Genomics||biology, Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, Genomics, Genetics, Agriculture, plant, animal, microbe||
The program seeks to attract undergraduate students from academic institutions that serve minority populations and from small liberal arts colleges where scientific research opportunities are not readily available. Additionally, this program will actively recruit students who are veterans and members of the National Guard or Reserves.
|Outstanding students who have finished their freshmen, sophomore or junior years and who have interest in research careers will join a selected group of active faculty conducting full-time laboratory research on molecular biology, biotechnology and genomics of animals, microbes and plants.||
2102 Molecular Biology Building
, Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011-3260
|Lankenau Institute for Medical Research - Undergraduate Internships||Biomedical Research||
Lankenau Institute for Medical Research (LIMR) offers a summer internship for undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing a career in medicine and/or biomedical research. Applicants must provide the following: A cover letter describing their career goals, why they are interested in participating in the program, and any research program preference(s);
|Undergraduate student of freshman, sophomore, or junior standing. Interest in pursuing a career in medicine and biomedical research.||
Lankenau Institute for Medical Research
, 100 Lancaster Avenue
Wynnewood, PA 19096
|Louisiana StateUniversity - 26||Department of Biological Sciences||Biological Sciences||
The Department of Biological Sciences at Louisiana State University, with funding from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Undergraduate Biological Sciences Education Program, hosts a nine-week research
|Currently enrolled undergraduate student of freshman, sophomore, or junior standing. Academic minimum: 3.0 GPA. Majoring in Life Sciences and/or Chemistry.||
|Marquette University - SRP Biological Science||Department of Biological Sciences||Biological Sciences||
The Summer Research Program is designed for students who plan to attend graduate school and pursue research careers. Students will work under the guidance of a faculty research mentor on a project focused on cellular and molecular questions in a variety of experimental organisms including bacteria, yeast, worms, flies, rats, mice, Chlamydomonas, and maize. Through hands-on experience, students will develop a realistic view of scientific research, its pace, its demands, and the thrill of discovery.
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Minimum course requirements: completion of a full year of college biology, general chemistry, and organic chemistry with laboratories. Currently enrolled undergraduate student of sophomore or junior standing. Academic minimum: 3.0 GPA. *Note: Students belonging to groups traditionally underrepresented in the sciences or from colleges or universities with limited research opportunities in the biological sciences are particularly encouraged to apply.||
Department of Biological Sciences
Wehr Life Sciences Building
, PO Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Amgen-UROP Scholars Program||Science and biotechnology||
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology offers a 9-week research experience in which students will work under the guidance of faculty
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Currently enrolled undergraduate student of sophomore (with at least 4 quarters or 3 semesters of college course work), junior, or nongraduating senior standing attending a 4-year college or university in the U.S., Puerto Rico, or other U.S. territory. Academic minimum: 3.2 GPA. Interest in pursuing graduate school, including a PhD or MD/Ph||
77 Massachusetts Avenue,
Cambridge, MA 02139-4307
|Mayo Clinic - Post-baccalaureate Research EducationProgram (PREP)||College of Medicine Office for Diversity||PhD Research||
The PREP program at the Mayo Clinic offers an intense mentored research experience in basic science or translational research. Scholars also attend special seminars and graduate-level courses and receive guidance to assist with successful continuation into a PhD or MD/PhD program.
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. _ Underrepresented student who has obtained a bachelors degree within the past three years, or high school senior about to graduate in a biomedical science discipline who is planning to pursue a PhD degree in biomedical science. *Note: The Mayo Clinic College of Medicine considers underrepresented individuals as belonging to the following groups: Black/African American, Hispanic or Latino, American Indian or Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or US Pacific Islander, and members of other racial and ethnic groups considered to be underrepresented in medicine and biomedical research.||
Mitchell Student Center, 200 First Street SW
Rochester, MN 55905
|Medical College ofWisconsin - Summer Program for UndergraduateResearch (SPUR)||Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences||Biomedical sciences||
The Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) provides an opportunity for students to learn the potential of biomedical sciences as an interesting and fulfilling career.
|Academic minimum: 3.2 GPA. Currently enrolled undergraduate student of sophomore or junior standing. U.S. citizen or permanent resident (F-1 visa status is acceptable).||
Summer Program for Undergraduate Research, 8701 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226-0509
|Mount Sinai School ofMedicine - Mount Sinai Post-Baccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP)||Graduate School of Biological Sciences||Biomedicine||
The Mount Sinai PREP program offers one- to two-years of training to help scholars enhance their interest in and readiness for doctoral programs in biomedicine and research. Students will dedicate 75 percent of their time to
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. _ Graduated with a baccalaureate degree in a biomedically relevant science from an accredited U.S. college or university no more than 36 months prior to applying to a PREP. _ Not currently enrolled in a graduate degree program or have completed a graduate degree.||
Mount Sinai School of Medicine,
, One Gustave L. Levy Place, Box 1022
New York, NY 10029-6574
|Mount Sinai School ofMedicine - Summer Undergraduate Research Program||Biomedical sciences||
The Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) provides an opportunity for students to work on a cutting-edge research project in one
|Academic minimum: 3.5 GPA. Currently enrolled undergraduate students of freshman, sophomore, or junior standing. Motivated towards research and inclined towards graduate education in biomedical sciences in a PhD Program or MD/PhD (MSTP).||
The Graduate School of Biological Sciences, One Gustave L. Levy Place,
New York, NY 10029-6574
|MS PHD'S - Professional Development Program||Institute for Broadening Participation (IBP)||Science & Engineering||
The MS PhDÕs Professional Development Program facilitates mentoring and networking activities for minority undergraduate and graduate earth system science and engineering (ESSE) majors and provides a supportive environment in which participants develop strategies and professional skills necessary to excel in Earth system science and engineering fields.
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Two letters of recommendation||
, P.O. Box 607
Damariscotta, ME 4543
|Mt Desert Island Biological Lab - The Research Experience||biology, genetics, marine, genomics||
Each summer, over 40 undergraduates from around the United States participate in a research fellowship at MDIBL. Undergraduate students work in the laboratory of an MDIBL investigator on an independent project designed by the student and their mentor. Laboratory training can include techniques in molecular biology, physiology, and bioinformatics. Projects are wide-ranging and could include the comparative study of a laboratory animal (zebrafish, roundworm, sea urchin, zooplankton, shark, etc.), cultured cells, and biological tissue preparations. While most projects are laboratory-based, some include a field component. In pursuing their independent research project, students attend weekly seminars given by MDIBL scientists and invited speakers from other institutions discussing a variety of topics in the biological and environmental sciences.
|We particularly encourage applications from students underrepresented in the sciences by virtue of their race or ethnicity, or who attend schools that lack academic year or summer research opportunities.||
MDI Biological Laboratory,
PO Box 35
Salisbury Cove, ME 4672
|National Institutes of Health - Cancer Research Interns (CRI) Program||Center for Cancer Research,||Cancer Research||
The Cancer Research Interns (CRI) Program was inaugurated in 2004 to further embrace diversity among the pool of NIH trainee applicants. Over the past two years, 101 students have conducted research in 68 labs
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. 18 years of age or older. Cancer-related research interest from an underrepresented ethnic group. Academic minimum: 3.0 GPA||
Office of Training and Education, 31 Center Drive Ð 4A48
Bethesda, MD 20892-2473
|National Institutes of Health - POSTBACCALAUREATE INTRAMURAL RESEARCH TRAINING AWARD (POSTBAC IRTA/CRTA)||Biomedical Research||
The Post-baccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA) program provides opportunities for recent college graduates to spend a year engaged in biomedical research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Trainees
|U.S. citizen or permanent resident. _ Graduated from an accredited U.S. college or university with a bachelorÕs degree. _ Must begin training within two years of receipt of the undergraduate degree. _ During tenure in the program, postbaccalaureate IRTAs are expected to initiate the application process for graduate or medical school.||
31 Center Dr # 2A03 ,
Bethesda, MD 20892
|National Institutes of Health - Summer Research Experience||Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics||Cancer epidemiology, biostatistics, and genetics||
The Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics hosts a research experience designed for students interested in exploring careers in cancer epidemiology and genetics. Students may also attend lectures offered under the NIH Summer Seminar Series, participate in DCEG meetings and seminars, attend formal NIH lectures, and participate in the DCEG Poster Day.
|High school OR undergraduate OR graduate student (including medical and dental students).||
6120 Executive Boulevard
, MSC 7242
Bethesda, , MD 20892-7335
|National Institutes ofHealth - SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH (SIP)||Office of Intramural Training & Education (OITE)||Biomedical REsearch||
Summer programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide an opportunity to spend a summer working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research. The NIH consists of the 240-bed Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center and more than 1200 laboratories/research projects located on the main campus in Bethesda, MD and the surrounding area as well as in Baltimore and Frederick, MD; Research Triangle Park, NC; Phoenix, AZ; Hamilton, MT; Framingham, MA; and Detroit, MI. NOTE: the number of positions in Phoenix, Hamilton, Framingham, and Detroit is limited.
|The Summer Internship Program is for students who are at least sixteen years of age or older at the time they begin the program. To be eligible, candidates must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. U.S. citizens are eligible to apply if they are enrolled at least half-time in high school or an accredited college or university as undergraduate, graduate, or professional students. Students who have been accepted into an accredited college or university program may also apply. Permanent residents must be enrolled in or have been accepted into an accredited institution in the U.S. to be eligible.||
|National Institutes ofHealth - Summer Research Program||Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics||Epidemiology and Genetics||
The National Institutes of Health Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics hosts a research experience designed for students interested in exploring careers in cancer epidemiology and genetics. Students may also
|High school OR undergraduate OR graduate student (including medical and dental students).||
6120 Executive Blvd. Rockville,
Maryland,, D.C 20852
|New York University/Sackler Institute of Graduate BiomedicalSciences - Summer Undergraduate Research Program||Office of Diversity Affairs||Biomedical Sciences||
The Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences and the Office of Minority Affairs offers a summer internship in the medical sciences at
|Currently enrolled undergraduate student of sophomore or junior standing. Academic minimum: 3.4 GPA. Previous research experience. Interest in biomedical research career.||
NYU Medical Center , 550 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016
|Northwestern University - The Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP)||Physical sciences, chemical and biological sciences||
The Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP) is an eight-week competitive research experience at Northwestern University for sophomores and juniors from colleges and universities across the United States. All fields of research at Northwestern are open to SROP participants including the social sciences and humanities, physical sciences, chemical and biological sciences, technology, math and engineering fields. The program encourages students from underrepresented minority and other disadvantaged groups to apply. For 2012, the program will run from June 17 through August 11.
|Currently enrolled undergraduate student of sophomore or junior standing. Academic minimum: 3.3 GPA. U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Interest in pursuing a doctoral degree at Northwestern University.||
The Graduate School
Northwestern University, 633 Clark St. Room 1-502
Evanston, IL 60208
|Roberts Summer Academy - Inquiry-based Biomedical Research for Undergraduate and Advanced High School Students||Biomedicine||
The Roberts Summer Academy offers high school and undergraduate students an opportunity to spend 10 weeks at the City of Hope as a member of a biomedical research team. This experience is designed to promote the development of critical thinking and scientific communication skills.
|Posses a strong interest in learning more about biomedical research. At least 16 years of age and registered at an accredited high school, college, or university. Willing to make a full-time commitment to a research project.||
City of Hope
, 1500 E. Duarte Rd.
Duarte, CA 91010
|Seattle BiomedicalResearch Institute - Global Health Internship Program||Infectious disease research||
The Global Health Internship Program provides an opportunity for students to work alongside some of the leading scientists in the world in an
|Currently enrolled undergraduate student of junior or senior standing.||
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute, 307 Westlake Avenue North, Suite 500
Seattle, WA 98109
|Smithsonian Environmental Research Center - SERC INTERNSHIP PROGRAM||biogeochemistry, Chesapeake Bay, global change ecology, forest ecology, marine ecology, estuarine ec||
The Smithsonian Environmental Research Center's (SERC) Internship Program offers undergraduate and beginning graduate students a unique opportunity to gain hands-on experience in the fields of environmental research and education. This program enables students to work on specific projects under the direction of SERC's professional staff and is tailored to provide the maximum educational benefit to each participant.
|The Smithsonian Environmental Research Center will consider applications from currently enrolled undergraduate and beginning graduate students, or students who have recently graduated from an undergraduate or Masters program. Applicants must be in a position to commit fully to the completion of a project. U.S. citizenship is not a requirement to participate in this program.||
Edgewater , MD 21037
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