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Rutgers RiSE Summer Research Program: Apply Now!

RUTGERS, The State University of New Jersey, invites talented students to apply for our highly successful SUMMER RESEARCH PROGRAM, RiSE (Research in Science and Engineering)Undergraduates who have strong academic credentials, a passion for research, and interest in graduate study will benefit from:

** CUTTING EDGE RESEARCH in the biological, physical & social/behavioral sciences, math, and engineering. In the BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES, students can choose from among 200 labs, including the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the Cancer Institute of New Jersey.

** PARTNERSHIPS with REU programs: Cellular Bioengineering, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Engineering, Physics & Astronomy, and Advanced Materials. By applying to RiSE, students can opt to be automatically considered for partner REUs.

** PERSONALIZED MENTOR-MATCHING

** OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: scientific speaking & writing, GRE prep, grad school workshops, career exploration, field trips

** EXCELLENT FUNDING: Generous stipend + housing + travel

** ALUMNI SUCCESS: Awards at national meetings & placement at top graduate schools. Exciting new SUPER Grad (SUmmer Pipeline to Excellence at Rutgers) Graduate Fellowship program awards prestigious graduate fellowships to outstanding RiSE alumni.

** GREAT LOCATION: professional & recreational advantages.

** FUN & FRIENDSHIPS: Vibrant multi-cultural community & social program.

Students should apply now. Rolling admissions is in progress and is highly selective.

Questions? rise@rci.rutgers.edu or 732.848.6584.

U of Pittsburgh School Of Medicine Summer Undergraduate Research Program – Deadline: March 1st

Undergraduate students with an interest in biochemistry, biophysics, structural biology and other basic biomedical sciences are encouraged to apply to the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine’s 2015 Summer Undergraduate Research Program(SURP).

Undergraduate students get to do research in one of several research programs, including among various others Molecular Biophysics/Structural Biology, Molecular Genetics/Developmental Biology, and Molecular Pharmacology. This exciting program is specifically designed for students that are considering pursuing graduate school in one of the biomedical sciences. Participants get a stimulating personal experience with scientific (biomedical) research. The research program takes place in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and lasts for ten weeks, from May 26th to July 31st, 2015. For more specifics regarding the program and the types of research involved, please visit the SURP website:   http://www.gradbiomed.pitt.edu/node/268

==>> The final deadline for applications is March 1st, 2015.  <<==

(For those with a specific interest in biophysics and/or structural biology: http://www.mbsb.pitt.edu/training/undergraduate-research-opportunities)

Summer Research Opportunity at Ohio State University

Did you know that The Ohio State University Medical Center has a Summer Program for biomedical students interested in obtaining a dual MD/PhD upon graduation?

Visit http://go.osu.edu/success to learn more about this program. Applications for the SUCCESS Program are available online now through January 31st!

The SUCCESS Program will enable students to participate in a 9 week, fullyfunded, enriching research experience hosted by the Medical Scientist Training Program. While taking part in this program, students will take valuable professional development courses and learn from engaged mentors; all while working in state-of-the-art research facilities. 

The SUCCESS program seeks to identify outstanding students interested in the biomedical sciences with the goal of pursuing graduate education (MD/PhD or PhD). The program seeks to enhance and foster diversity in graduate study in the biomedical and biological sciences as reflected in culture, class, race, ethnicity, background, work, and life experiences. The program especially encourages applications from African Americans, Hispanic/Latino Americans, Native Americans, Pacific Islanders, and others whose backgrounds and experiences would bring diversity to the field.

In order to be considered for SUCCESS, students must be graduating in the year of 2015 or 2016, enrolled in a U.S. 4 year undergraduate institution, and be an American citizen or permanent resident.

 

Research Opportunity: Studies of variation in blood groups and coagulaion

Con­tact Name: Jill Johnsen

Con­tact Email: jjohnsen[at]uw.edu

Depart­ment: Med­i­c­i­ne

Descrip­tion:

The Johnsen laboratory studies the role of variation of clotting factors, blood groups, and blood cell traits in disease, and the biological impact of differences between these factors in terms of bleeding diseases, blood clotting, pregnancy complications, and susceptibility to infection.

The work in Dr. Johnsen’s lab has significance in blood clotting disorders that are inherited, such as von Willebrand disease and familial platelet disorders, and acquired blood-related diseases, including pregnancy-related vascular complications.

Lab home pages:
http://depts.washington.edu/hemeweb/research/Johnsen.htm
http://www.psbc.org/research/johnsen.htm

Require­ments:

A strong interest in exploring a career in research in the biological/biomedical sciences, completion of 2 years of undergraduate coursework in a relevant major and at least one laboratory course in the life sciences or chemistry.

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