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The Georgia Southern Chemistry & Biochemistry Department invites undergraduate and graduate science students to apply for I-CEMITURE (International-CEMITURE). I-CEMITURE, awarded by the NSF Office of International Science & Engineering (OISE), is an International Research Experience for Students (IRES) which takes place at the University of Lorraine in Épinal, France. I-CEMITURE will accept undergraduate and graduate students. Travel to France is covered by I-CEMITURE.
The program offers a stipend of $5500 as well as housing and funds for meals and travel at no cost to the student. Research projects span chemistry, engineering, environmental, materials and theoretical science. Participants work under the direction of faculty mentors with solid track records for effective mentorship of undergraduates. Our faculty are committed to ensuring their students are credited as co-authors on publications and presentations, and that students take an active part in the dissemination of the work.
The program will be augmented by professional development sessions for enhancing the participants’ career preparation, scientific communication skills (writing and presenting) and overall growth as scientists. We will also provide funds for presentations at regional or national meetings in the fall and spring following the internship. Past summer interns have secured co-authorship on peer-reviewed publications and presented their work at local, regional, and national conferences.
Prior research experience is not required.
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Information for the 2023 program:
Application Deadline: January 27, 2023
Program Dates: May 15 - July 21, 2023 (10 weeks)
Website & Application: http://cosm.georgiasouthern.edu/reu/
The University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center Research Summer Internship Program (CaRSIP) supports undergraduate students who have research experience and are interested in cancer research. Any student who is currently enrolled at any degree granting University or College is eligible to apply for this opportunity. Undergraduates should be a rising juniors or seniors in the Summer of 2023 and not scheduled to graduate before December 2023.
The program will run for a ten-week period in summer 2023 (May 24 - August 2). Each student will be placed in a laboratory that is led by a faculty member of the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center. This program provides exposure to cancer research for highly motivated and talented college undergraduates. Interns are paid a stipend of $5,500 and are responsible for their own housing and travel arrangements. They will work directly in a cancer laboratory setting and are provided with opportunities to explore potential careers in the field of cancer research. Program mentors give presentations on their work in cancer every other week at an informal luncheon that interns are required to attend. At the end of the program, each intern gives a short presentation on their work.
The application for the 2023 Cancer Research Summer Internship Program opens December 7, 2022 and the deadline for submission is January 27, 2023. Applications are encouraged from individuals from minority groups that are currently underrepresented in biomedical and behavioral research. More information about the program as well as a link to the electronic application can be found here: https://medicine.umich.edu/dept/cancer-biology/cancer-research-summer-internship-program
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Dipankar Ray, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Dept. of Radiation Oncology,
Adjunct Associate Professor, Dept. of Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences (NERS)
Director, Cancer Research Summer Internship Program (CaRSIP)
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Master of Pharmaceutical Sciences (MPS) Program, California Northstate University (CNU)
CNU is dedicated to creating life-long learners that are trained to serve the community as leaders in health care science, education, and research.
Why pursue an MPS degree at the CNU?
The MPS program provides a rigorous background in a wide range of pharmaceutical and biomedical disciplines that are critical to the preparation of the next generation of pharmaceutical scientists. Situated in Northern California, CNU is surrounded by over 700 biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, with proximity to Silicon Valley – one of the world’s leading technology innovation centers. The MPS students have the choice to complete the master’s degree either in one year (Non-thesis Track) or two years (Thesis Track).
Why pursue MPS -to- MD pathway at the CNU?
Applications to medical school are at an all-time high, thus thousands of applicants must compete for a very limited number of interview spots. The MPS –to- MD Pathway will not only strengthen your application with a prestigious master’s degree but will also guarantee you an interview spot with CNU College of Medicine.
To learn more about who we are, please visit our website pharmasciences.cnsu.edu. You can also click the poster images below to download the PDF.
The Stanford Center for Asian Health Research and Education (CARE) offers a premier research program in precision Asian health for undergraduate and early graduate students, called Stanford CARE Scholars.
The virtual program is anchored by a Summer Research Immersion in June – August (standard summer break), and runs for a year (April – March), concurrent with student’s regular academics. Matriculation into the program is competitive, and open to students of all backgrounds.
Our Stanford CARE Scholars learn data science skills and advanced large database research techniques, are mentored by Stanford Medicine faculty, and will be co-authors on 1-2 papers based on their research. Importantly, they become a part of our community.
The application cycle is now open for the CARE Scholars 2023 cohort, and closes in early January.
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"In Archipelagos laboratories, we investigate the abundance of microplastics in different levels of marine ecosystems and various other sources. The Archipelagos Institute maintains 7 monitoring stations on various small, inaccessible beaches and coastal areas across two Aegean Islands, where the accumulation rate of plastic pollution is measured throughout the year to increase our understanding of the plastic’s spatial and temporal distribution and accumulation. The goal of microplastic research at Archipelagos is to quantify the extent of microplastic contamination on various levels of the marine ecosystems of the Aegean Sea. We use this new data to raise awareness and carry out lobbying activities aimed at addressing the complex problem of plastic and microplastic pollution in our seas." Download the Internship Guide which shows all of the programs we offer, including marine mammal research, marine ecology, GIS, media, environmental law, and environmental education.
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2023 Bioarchaeology Field School, the Medieval Cemetery Funerary Excavation. The field school is designed for both undergraduate and graduate students.
This program provides a unique opportunity to conduct extensive hands-on training and research on an exceptional well preserved medieval cemetery, with in situ remains dating from the 11th to the 18th century. Through the excavation of an abandoned medieval church in the Transylvanian (Romania) village of Valeni (Hu: Patakfalva), we are exploring how centuries of religious and political upheaval have influenced demographics and health of the individuals interred within the church walls and associated cemetery. The very high state of preservation has allowed us to retrieve, already, the complete adult and juvenile, the latter ranging from pre-natal to sub-adult, skeletal remains from over 1200 individuals.
This field school project is part of a broader investigation of the abandonment of medieval churches in the area and provides significant opportunities for students to get involved in international bioarchaeology, multi-institution networking and collaboration, and addressing biological, archaeological, and cultural questions. Over the course of each 4-week session, students will acquire skills in broad and small scale mortuary excavation, drawing, mapping, and note taking; thereby, developing the strategic bioarchaeology skill necessary to acquire jobs working for both archaeological and forensic organizations around the world. Evenings and rain days will be used to design and complete projects using excavated materials. Students will have the opportunity to present their research in Romania, at the International Colloquium in Osteology and Bioarchaeology held every year at the Haáz Rezső Museum, as well as other major conferences if they so choose. The institutions involved are interested in extensive research and publication, allowing for many directions of continued investigation and student involvement and research.
Participants can further register to one of our Osteology Workshops, respectively the Adult Osteology Research Laboratory Workshop or the Juvenile Osteology Research Laboratory Workshop, in order to develop a wider array of skill sets. Undergraduate and graduate cademic credits can be acquired separately from University of South Florida (although it is not required to register for credits to participate in our programs).
Funerary Excavation Dates:
Session 1: June 4 - July 1, 2023
Session 2: July 2 – July 29, 2023
Location: Valeni (Patakfalva), Transylvania, Romania
University of South Florida Credit Information: contact Dr. J. Bethard at email@example.com
Project Director: Dr. Katie Zejdlik (Western Carolina University)
Contact: Dr. Andre Gonciar at firstname.lastname@example.org
Research Opportunities in Cancer, Infection and Immunology and Bioengineering
Summer Research Program: A ten week summer program for sophomores and juniors, lodging and stipend provided
MS in Microbiology and Immunology Oral Biology Track.: A 2 year program for future PhD and dental school applicants Assistantships available
PhD in Oral Health Research with concentrations in cancer, infection and immunology and bioengineering: A 5 year full;y funded program with stipend and health insurance.
The research themes for all programs are:
Understanding signaling pathways and mechanisms of disease,
Genetically characterizing cancers and identifying new drug combinations for better treatment.
Studying virally induced cancers (specifically HPV – human papilloma virus and EBV Epstein Barr virus) for improved patient outcomes
Infection and Immunology
Identifying factors in bacterial infection and bacterial induced chronic inflammation
Using oral bacteria to model our immune response to bacterial infection to alleviate conditions impacted by chronic inflammation eg diabetes, arthritis
New treatments for Lyme disease
Generating new bone and ligaments using novel scaffolds.
Understanding the role of microvesicles in tissue differentiation
Contact the program director Dr. Oonagh Loughran email@example.com for more information.
Juvenile Osteology Laboratory Research Training Workshop
The Workshop is designed for both undergraduate and graduate students. Our 4-week long (each) intensive training program will provide students with the necessary skills to conduct osteological analyses and frame appropriate research questions. The combination of an exceptionally rich and well preserved skeletal research collection, the intensive hands-on laboratory training, and small research groups will ensure that each participant develops an extensive osteological skill set. The latter will comprise an in-depth knowledge of all bones in the human body, including landmarks, muscles attachments and articulations, determining sex and age, development and pathologies; an understanding of fundamental concepts related to the human dentition; how to obtain basic demographic data from skeletal populations; and how to conduct proper intensive research under laboratory conditions.
The Juvenile Osteology Laboratory Research Training Workshop will provide participants with an intensive review of juvenile osteology and an overview of the ways in which this kind of unique information is interpreted. During the Workshop, participants will have the chance to study the growth and development of the human skeleton across various juvenile age cohorts, weaning and dietary stress, as well as reconstruction and interpretation of infant mortality.
This program provides an unique opportunity to conduct extensive hands-on training and research on an exceptional osteological collection. The very high state of preservation has allowed us to retrieve the skeletal remains of more than 700 juveniles (ranging from pre-natal to sub-adult). Our research collections come from five archaeologically excavated medieval lost churches around the town of Odorheiu Secuiesc (Transylvania, Romania), as well as from our on-going medieval “Lost Church” excavation at Patakfalva (RO: Valeni, Harghita County, Romania).
Undergraduate and graduate academic credits can be acquired separately from University of South Florida (although it is not mandatory to register for credits to participate in our programs).
Juvenile Osteology Research Laboratory Workshop Dates: July 2 - July 29, 2023
Location: Odorheiu Secuiesc, Transylvania, Romania
University of South Florida Academic Credit Information: contact Dr. Jonathan Bethard at firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Director / Instructor: Dr. Jonathan Bethard (University of South Florida)
Contact: Dr. Andre Gonciar at email@example.com
The Graduate Education Office at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine invites applications to and enquires about our graduate training opportunities. We have 11 Ph.D. programs, all of which provide competitive research assistantships that cover stipend, tuition/fees and health insurance. Additionally, we have 11 M.S. programs, six graduate certificate programs and several dual degree opportunities, including multiple M.D.-Ph.D. options. Our interdisciplinary research strengths include neuroscience, cancer, substance abuse and addiction as well as the human microbiome. We are proud of the scholarly activity of our faculty and students, especially their efforts to address important health-related issues. Please follow the links above or contact us for more information about graduate training opportunities in the VCU School of Medicine.
The Diabetes Institute and Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Ohio University will host the Diabetes Institute Summer Interprofessional Research Experience (DISIRE) Program starting in the summer of 2023. The DISIRE program provides hands-on research experience in the structure of a 8-week paid internship focused on one of a number of various aspects of diabetes research. During the program, participants will research with a faculty mentor on a topic of mutual interest and participate in activities crucial to preparation for graduate school, including a professional development series. At the end of the summer program, participants present their research at a research symposium to faculty, staff, and summer scholars.
Faculty mentors in the DISIRE program study a wide range of affiliated fields including physiology, molecular biology, chemistry, biomedical engineering, and understanding psychosocial and cognitive factors.
Students from groups underrepresented in science, including first-generation college students and those from the Appalachian region are strongly encouraged to apply, and applications from students with limited research opportunities are highly encouraged.
Students are expected to be on site full time during the program, all program participates will receive a $4,500 stipend for the summer experience and campus food (15 meals a week) and housing for the duration of the program.
For more program information, please see our website: https://www.ohio.edu/medicine/med-education/pre-med-education/summer-programs/disire.
Kevin Y. Lee, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Sciences and Diabetes Institute
Faculty Director Translational Biological Sciences
Academic & Research Center 202A
1 Ohio University
Athens, OH 45701