Yale Summer Undergraduate Medical Research (SUMR) (NIH-NIDDK/KUH)
Yale University School of Medicine invites submission of applications from undergraduate students who are
interested in working in a state of the art research environment under the supervision of established
investigators studying novel mechanisms and treatments for kidney and urological diseases, non-malignant
hematological diseases, and hypertension.
See attached flyer for program details.
Contact: Ms. Anne Prodoti at firstname.lastname@example.org
- NSF REU Site – Interdisciplinary Research Training Across Biology, Physics, and Engineering – Program will run summer 2021 (virtual or in person)
Our Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Site enables undergraduates interested in pursuing a career in the sciences to conduct interdisciplinary research at Yale for a 10-week period during the summer. Our program focuses on research at the intersection of biology, physics, and engineering and serves as a glimpse of what graduate school at a large research institutions is like.
https://physics-engineering-biology.yale.edu/nsf-reu-site Students can find the application link and info about the program by clicking link. Application deadline is February 1st.
Contact: Dorottya Noble, PhD (email@example.com) She is willing to answer any questions about the program. Flyer attached.
- Graduate School SURF (Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship) Program – will run summer 2021, but not sure if students in sciences will be accepted due to COVID restrictions.
Apply through this website: https://theleadershipalliance.org/summer-research-early-identification-program
Program to Advance Training in Health and Sciences (PATHS)
Dr. Latimore spoke about this program at our meeting last week. The Program to Advance Training in Health & Sciences (PATHS) is a 10 month transformative virtual learning experience offering monthly seminars to provide undergraduates with: Exposure to careers in Science & Health; Vital tools to successfully navigate their academic journey in advanced education; A supportive professional network; Mentorship to retain interest in these careers and increase the likelihood of success through key academic and training transitions along the way.
Yale BioMed Amgen Scholars Program (NOT accepting applications for summer 2021)
Please click links below for more information.
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