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Research in the United States
American Physical Society & IBM Research Internships for Undergraduate Women and Underrepresented Minorities
Amgen Scholars Program for Summer Research
Biomedical Engineering Summer Internship Program (BESIP)
CalTech Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships
Chicago Center for Systems Biology REU
Cold Spring Harbor Undergraduate Research Program (URP)
Conte Center for Computational Neuropsychiatric Genomics Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program at the University of Chicago
Dannon Gut Microbiome, Yogurt and Probiotics Fellowship Grant
Evo-Devo-Eco Network (EDEN) Summer Internship
Environmental Health Summer Fellowship at CDC
Janelia Undergraduate Scholars
Marine Biology Laboratory Summer Undergraduate Research
NIH Other Summer Programs
NIH Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research
NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
Pan American Health Organization, WHO
Quantitative and Physical Science (QP-SURF)
Research Program for Undergraduates in Biotechnology at Columbia University
Roger Arliner Young (RAY) Marine Conservation Diversity Fellowship
Southwestern Medical Center Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)
Summer Research Program in Biophysics
Summer Undergraduate Research Program, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program at UT Southwestern's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships at the Scripps Research Institute
The Genes & Addiction NIDA Center for GWAS in Outbred Rats
The Summer Undergraduate Research Institution for the Study of Kidney Disease (SURISKD) Program at UT Southwestern's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
The Quantitative and Physical Sciences Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (QP-SURF) – Chemistry Program at UT Southwestern Medical Center
The Quantitative and Physical Sciences Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (QP-SURF) Program at UT Southwestern Medical Center
The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)-Cancer Program at UT Southwestern's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
The University of Texas Austin Biomedical Engineering Summer Program
UC San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Marine Physical Laboratory
University of Michigan, Molecular and Integrative Physiology
University of Montana Summer Program Flathead Lake Biological Field Station
U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) 2017 HS-STEM Summer Internships
Yale University Biomed SURF
Pan American Health Organization, WHO
The Pan-American Health Organization is an international public health agency working to improve health and living standards for American citizens. If was founded in December 1902 as a part of the United Nations, serving as a regional office for the Americas as a subsidiary of the World Health Organization (WHO), and as the health organization of the Inter-American system. The Organization’s essential mission is to strengthen national and local health systems and improve the health of the American people, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, other governmental and international agencies, and community groups.
The RAY Fellowship Program is a year-long paid fellowship designed to equip recent college graduates with an undergraduate degree with the tools and support systems they need to become leaders in the ocean conservation field; one that fully represents the rich and diverse communities within the United States. *Please note, that a strong background in marine conservation is not a requirement for this program.
RAY Fellowships are full time paid positions and include benefits. Fellows will also receive a stipend of $1,000 to go towards professional development opportunities, in addition to coordinated professional development through their host organizations and the Environmental Leadership Program. For more information please contact Teri Brezner, Program Manager, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives firstname.lastname@example.org 703-679-8374
Deadline: March 31, 2017
Our ten-week Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP), which begins on the first Monday in June, is designed for approximately 20 outstanding undergraduate freshmen, sophomores, and juniors interested in pursuing a career in biomedically related sciences.
Deadline: February 1, 2017
BioMed SURF is a research-intensive summer training program in biomedical research for undergraduate students who are members of underrepresented minorities (URM) and plan to obtain a Ph.D. in the biomedical sciences. The aims of BioMed SURF are to identify URM applicants interested in biomedical research careers; to provide them with an intensive research and didactic experience in biomedicine during a 9-week residency at Yale University School of Medicine; and to provide faculty and peer mentoring resources that extend throughout and beyond the program.
Deadline: Jan 13, 2017
The Summer Undergraduate Research Institution for the Study of Kidney Disease (SURISKD) Program at UT Southwestern's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is an intensive summer research training experience for college students who are preparing for Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. careers in biomedical research with a special emphasis on kidney-related research. Participants spend 10 weeks (beginning in early June and ending mid-August) pursuing individual research projects that range from embryonic development and physiology to kidney cancer and imaging in the laboratories of Graduate School faculty members. The stipend for the 10-week program is $4,000.
Deadline: Feb 9, 2017
The Quantitative and Physical Sciences Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (QP-SURF) – Chemistry Program at UT Southwestern Medical Center's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is an intensive summer research training experience for college students preparing for Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. careers in biomedical research. Fellows spend 10 weeks (early June through mid-August) pursuing individual research projects in the laboratories of Graduate School faculty members. The stipend for the 10-week program is $4,000.
Deadline: Feb 9, 2017
The Quantitative and Physical Sciences Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (QP-SURF) Program at UT Southwestern Medical Center's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is an intensive summer research training experience for college students preparing for Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. careers in biomedical research. Fellows spend 10 weeks (early June through mid-August) pursuing individual research projects in the laboratories of Graduate School faculty members. The stipend for the 10-week program is $4,000.
Deadline: Feb 9, 2017
The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)-Cancer Program at UT Southwestern's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is an intensive summer research training experience designed for college students who are preparing for Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. careers in biomedical research. Fellows spend 10 weeks (beginning in early June and ending mid-August) pursuing individual research projects in the laboratories of Graduate School faculty members. The stipend for the 10-week program is $4,000.
Deadline: Feb 9, 2017
The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program at UT Southwestern's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is an intensive summer research training experience designed for college students who are preparing for Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. careers in biomedical research. Fellows spend 10 weeks (beginning in early June and ending mid-August) pursuing individual research projects in the laboratories of Graduate School faculty members. The stipend for the 10-week program is $4,000.
Deadline: Feb 9, 2017
The program starts June 12th and ends August 18th. The stipend is $4,000 and participating students will live on campus. Students have to submit application form, an official school transcript and 2 confidentional letters of support to Dr. Barry Aprison. Please contact Dr. Barry Aprison email@example.com directly to obtain application form.Information about the program is at http://www.contechicago.org/reu.
Barry Aprison, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer, Biological Sciences Collegiate Division of the College
Education and Outreach Director, Institute for Genomics & Systems Biology
Committee on Genetics, Genomics & Systems Biology
Conte Center for Computational Neuropsychiatric Genomics
Genes & Addiction NIDA Center
Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery, Rm. 10114
The University of Chicago
900 E. 57th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637
www.igsb.org | http://ggsb.uchicago.edu | www.ratgenes.org | www.contechicago.org
Deaedline: March 13, 2017
The National Science Foundation funds a large number of research opportunities for undergraduate students through its REU Sites program. An REU Site consists of a group of ten or so undergraduates who work in the research programs of the host institution. Each student is associated with a specific research project, where he/she works closely with the faculty and other researchers. Students are granted stipends and, in many cases, assistance with housing and travel. Undergraduate students supported with NSF funds must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions. An REU Site may be at either a US or foreign location. By using the web page, Search, you may examine opportunities in the subject areas supported by various NSF units. Also, you may search by keywords to identify sites in particular research areas or with certain features, such as a particular location. Students must contact the individual sites for information and application materials. NSF does not have application materials and does not select student participants. A contact person and contact information is listed for each site.
Deadlines: Vary according to research site.
Caltech's Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF) program introduces students to research under the guidance of seasoned research mentors at Caltech and JPL. Students carry out the work over a 10-week period in the summer. Fellows receive a $6,000 award.
Please note the upcoming deadline for undergraduate summer research exchange grants from the Evo-Devo-Eco Network (EDEN) is March 11, 2015. EDEN is a program funded by the National Science Foundation of the USA. The goal of this program is to train undergraduates in the field of Evo-Devo-Eco, with an emphasis on emerging model systems.
Eligible students should be undergraduates of any nationality at any college or university, including liberal arts colleges, community colleges, and universities, both within and outside of the U.S.. Eligible host labs should be conducting research using new and emerging model organism and must be at a U.S.-based institution. If the proposed host lab is working on a well-established model organism, your application must explain how the techniques or skills that you learn in the host lab will be applied to work on new or emerging model organisms at your home institution.
Students may apply to work in a lab that is at their home institution, as long as the proposed research involves new and emerging model organisms. However, in cases where all other aspects of applications are considered to be equally competitive, preference will be given to applicants who propose to travel to a lab that is not at their home institution.
Please visit http://edenrcn.com/funding/ugrad_internships.html for complete program details.
For examples of previous undergraduate projects supported by EDEN, please visit http://edenrcn.com/ree/undergrad.html.
This is a paid 10-week summer environmental internship for undergraduate students who are passionate about the environment, interested in human health, and curious about how they are linked.
Interns will be placed in environmental health programs at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) National Center for Environmental Health and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (NCEH/ATSDR) at CDC in Atlanta, GA (please note, the CDC has multiple locations in Atlanta and CLEH interns will be reporting to CDC’s Chamblee Campus and not CDC’s Roybal campus (the main CDC campus)). Over the course of the summer, interns will be exposed to a broad overview of environmental public health issues at the federal level.
Eligibility: US citizenship or Permanent Resident with a green card. Full time enrollment at a college or university as a rising junior or rising senior by fall 2015
Deadline: January 28, 2015.
Biomedical Engineering Summer Internship Program (BESIP) is an intensive ten-week research experience for rising seniors. Students conduct research at National Institutes of Health (NIH) laboratories in Bethesda, Maryland.
Research Program for Undergraduates in Biotechnology at Columbia University - The Columbia University IGERT on Optical Techniques for Actuation, Sensing, and Imaging of Biological Systems (BioIGERT), a National Science Foundation IGERT program, will support outstanding undergraduates as Summer Research Fellows.
Application Deadline: Program status in 2015 TBD
Janelia Undergraduate Scholars - Summer program for 10 weeks to give undergraduates an opportunity to do research at the HHMI Janelia Farm research facility. All living expenses including housing, food and travel to and from Janelia are covered by the program. Students also receive a stipend of $4,500 for the 10-week period.
Program Dates: The program runs from June to August.
Deadline: see application form for 2015 deadline
Quantitative and Physical Science (QP-SURF) - An intensive summer research training experience at the University of Texas Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (Dallas) which leads to an understanding of the planning, discipline, and teamwork involved in the pursuit of basic answers to current questions at the interface of quantitative science and basic biomedical research. $4000 stipend, housing costs are covered by the program. Ten fellowships are available.
Eligibility: Applicants must be enrolled in a physics, computer science, mathematics, biomedical engineering, or chemistry degree program at the undergraduate level and have completed their sophomore year. Applicants must also be U.S. citizens or currently possess an F1 Visa.
Deadline: February 9, 2015
Southwestern Medical Center Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) - The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program at UT Southwestern's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is an intensive summer research training experience designed for college students who are preparing for Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. careers in biomedical research. In addition to laboratory research, fellows attend weekly seminars given by UT Southwestern faculty members. Informal discussions about careers in science and graduate training are also scheduled. Approximately 85 fellows participate in the summer research program. Fellows are assigned to a laboratory and research project according to their previous training and research interests. The school is located in Dallas, Texas. A $4000 stipend is provided, housing costs will be covered by the program.
Eligibility: Applicants must be enrolled in an undergraduate science degree program and have completed their sophomore year. Applicants must also be U.S. citizens or possess an F1 Visa.
Deadline: February 9, 2015
Cold Spring Harbor Undergraduate Research Program (URP) - at Cold Spring Harbor. Room, board and $5000 stipend for rising junior or senior.
Deadline: January 15, 2015
Chicago Center for Systems Biology REU The Chicago Center for Systems Biology organizes a summer research experience for undergraduates. Students who participate in this 10-week program receive a $4000 stipend. To be eligible, students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
Marine Biology Laboratory Summer Undergraduate Research - The MBL, located in Woods Hole, MA, has several options for undergraduates interested in summer research.
Deadlines: see website for program-specific deadlines
NIH Summer Internship Program in 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; Hamilton, MT; Framingham, MA; and Detroit, MI. NOTE: the number of positions in Hamilton, Framingham, and Detroit is limited.
Other Summer Programs at the NIH include programs focusing on cancer research, biomedical engineering, vision research & ophthalmology, and diabetes, digestive and kidney diseases.
Amgen Scholars Program for Summer Research - The Amgen Corporation provides funding for the Amgen Scholars Program. These funds provide stipends plus board to qualified undergraduates to conduct research in laboratories at 10 major research universities across the United States. Research areas depend upon the host institution but include topics in biology, chemistry, engineering, medicine, bioinformatics, and statistics. Students in at all Amgen Scholars sites travel to California in July to attend a research symposium with presentations by scientists in academia and industry. This symposium also gives students the opportunity to network with Amgen Scholars at other universities with Amgen Scholars programs.
Eligibility: Students must be U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents and be rising juniors or seniors.
Deadline: February 2, 2015 except for a February 14 deadline for the program run by the California Institute of Technology
The Department of Molecular and Integrative Physiology at the University of Michigan offers a summer undergraduate research program.
Deadline: 2015 program status TBD
Summer Research Program in Biophysics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers summer research opportunities to undergraduate minority students, disadvantaged students and students with disabilities to the field of biophysics. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.
The Columbia University IGERT on Optical Techniques for Actuation, Sensing, and Imaging of Biological Systems (BioIGERT), a National Science Foundation IGERT program, will support outstanding undergraduates as Summer Research Fellows . This program provides a stipend for each successful candidate and campus housing in which you are expected to reside. Those selected will have an opportunity to participate fully in the interdisciplinary research activities of the BioIGERT faculty across the Departments of Physics, Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Electrical Engineering, and includes collaborative research with industry including IBM Yorktown Heights.
Deadline: TBA for 2014; the 2013 deadline was February 14.
UC San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Marine Physical Laboratory - The Marine Physical Laboratory at the world renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography is seeking inquisitive and motivated undergraduate students with an exceptional aptitude for quantitative science with majors in Applied Mathematics, Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Geology.
Eligibility: Applicants must be US Citizens or Permanent Residents. Applicants must be in their first, second, or third year of undergraduate status (senior year undergrads are ineligible).
Deadline: February 27, 2015
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows Program at the Scripps Research Institute - This program provides its participants the opportunity to perform cutting-edge research in one of 250 laboratories. Students can choose to apply to either the La Jolla campus in California or the Jupiter campus in Florida with one application.
Eligibility: United States citizens or permanent residents, or international students who are enrolled in a US college, with a minimum grade point average of 3.2.
Students receive a stipend of $5000 and on-campus housing at a nearby university or college.
Deadline: February 15
Dannon Gut Microbiome, Yogurt and Probiotics Fellowship Grant opportunity offers $25,000 award each to undergraduate, graduate or postdoctoral scholars to enhance their academic path. Besides the $25,000 award, Dannon Fellows are connected to each other through this scholarship, encouraging collaboration, communication, and future opportunity in the field.
Grant applications are now being accepted, and must be submitted by February 15, 2017 to qualify. For additional information, qualification requirements, and to download the application, please click here: http://www.dannon.com/fellowship-application/.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate Office of University Programs sponsors a 10-week summer internship program for students majoring in homeland security related science, technology, engineering and mathematics (HS-STEM) disciplines. The program provides students with quality research experiences at federal research facilities located across the country and allows students the opportunity to establish connections with DHS professionals. It is open to undergraduate and graduate students in a broad spectrum of HS-STEM disciplines and DHS mission-relevant Research Areas.
Undergraduate students receive a $6,000 stipend plus travel expenses.
10-week research experiences are offered at: Coast Guard Research and Development Center ● Customs and Borders Protection ● Engineer Research and Development Center ● Federal Emergency Management Agency ● Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Health Service Corps ● National Security Technologies ● National Urban Security Technology Laboratory ● Naval Research Laboratory ● Office for Interoperabilty and Compatibility ● Transportation Security Laboratory ● DOE National Laboratories: Argonne, Berkeley, Idaho, Livermore, Los Alamos, Oak Ridge, Pacific Northwest, and Sandia
Areas of research: Engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biological / life sciences, environmental science, emergency and incident management, social sciences, and more. U.S. citizenship required.
Application deadline: December 7, 2016, 11:59PM EST
How to Apply: Applications and supporting materials must be submitted at https://www.zintellect.com/Posting/Details/2595
Program Information: Detailed information about the internships can be found at http://www.orau.gov/dhseducation/internships/
For questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The American Physical Society and IBM co-sponsor two undergraduate research internship programs: the APS/IBM Research Internship for Undergraduate Women, and the APS/IBM Research Internships for Underrepresented Minority Students. The goal of these internships is to encourage women and underrepresented minorities to pursue graduate studies in science and engineering. Any student who identifies as a woman and an underrepresented minority is eligible to apply to both internships.
IBM hosts paid summer internships at three IBM research locations: Almaden (San Jose, CA), Austin, TX, or Watson (Yorktown Heights, NY). These internship experiences provide students with the opportunity to work closely with an IBM mentor and work on research projects that match their skills and interests as well as the ongoing research programs of the laboratory. The Almaden and Watson lab have a full range of research, and the Austin lab focuses on software and systems. Information about the sites and their research may be found at:
Deadlines: February 15, 2017
The Genes & Addiction NIDA Center for GWAS in Outbred Rats is offering a Research Experiences for High School and Undergraduate Students (REHU) program this coming summer. Stipends are $4,000 (undergrad) and $2,000 (high school student) for ten-week projects at the University of California, San Diego; University of Michigan; University of Tennessee; University of Buffalo, and the Wake Forest School of Medicine. At the conclusion of the program students will produce reports and present findings at a University of Chicago symposium. The deadline to apply for the REHU program is February 6, 2017. http://www.igsb.org/education/research-experiences
- Accelerate Your Coursework: Up to 13 credits in 8 weeks
- Gain Real Field Experience
- Learn Under the Big Sky of Northwest Montana
- Low Student/Professor Ratios
- Many generous scholarships available
- Geographically diverse student population
- $1,875.00 for tuition, housing*, and meals per 2 week course
* Based on double-occupancy cabin. Additional housing options are available.
The Biomedical Engineering Community of Undergraduate Research Scholars for Cancer (BME CUReS Cancer) Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program at The University of Texas at Austin opens a new frontier in oncology. Thirty-six potential faculty members are available to guide BME CUReS Cancer Scholars in cancer research projects. The educational theme is community. BME CUReS Cancer is partnered with Texas 4000, a non-profit organization that cultivates student leaders and engages communities in the fight against cancer. In Texas 4000, students from The University of Texas at Austin are competitively selected to participate in an 18-month leadership development program that culminates in a 70-day summer bicycle ride from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska. In parallel to the Texas 4000 riders who go on a 10-week journey to share hope, knowledge, and charity in the fight against cancer, the BME CUReS Cancer Scholars are on a 10-week journey to become researchers in the fight against cancer. The riders and scholars forge mutually inspirational and motivating connections.
FIBUSPAM provides free and low-cost healthcare and surgical services to impoverished communities in the Andes Mountains in the Amazon Basin through their clinic located in Riobamba, Ecuador. Their vision for this facility is to provide high-quality, free medical care to local communities that have little or no access to medical services altogether. The majority of the people served are Puruha, a pre-Incan indigenous group native to the Andean region of Ecuador. Nearly 70% of this community lives in extreme poverty, and 28% of children suffer from malnutrition. The majority of the people served have no access to healthcare due to discrimination and low socioeconomic status relative to the rest of their region. Within this community, preventable and treatable diseases and injuries go untreated, leading to further complications. This internship has an external application, available here.
Research & Study Abroad
Clinton Foundation Internships
Harvard-Champalimaud Research Internship
International Undergraduate Summer School
Kupcinet-Getz International Summer School
Office of International Education
Office of Career Services
Organization for Tropical Studies
Public Health Research Institute, India
Research Internships in Science and Engineering (RISE), Germany
Revolution in Biomedicine Summer Program, Imperial College, London
RWTH Aachen University UROP, Aachen, Germany
Summer Research Program in Life Sciences and Technology (EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland
The Pasteur Foundation Undergraduate Summer Internships, Paris France
Tel Aviv University International Summer Research Program in Biological Sciences and Neuroscience
The University of Tokyo Research Internship Program
WHO Internship Program
See the OIE website for current information on international educational opportunities, including Harvard and non-Harvard summer opportunities. The OIE Office has drop-in hours M-F from 2-4 pm.
The Office of Career Services (OCS) website has a Summer Funding section and organizes informational events and programs on summer opportunities and the funding application process.
Deadline: January 26, 2017 5 pm EST: Harvard Summer School (HSS) Study Abroad Funding Applications
Deadline: February 8, 2017 5 pm EST: All Non-Harvard international programs, study abroad, independent internships, or volunteering abroad; also Harvard-run international not-for-credit programs
This is an independent internship of 8-10 weeks at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown in Lisbon Portugal. It is intended for students interested in Neurobiology research. The program consists of 1 week of coursework and 7-9 weeks of research. Housing is provided by the host institution.
Note: This is not a Harvard Summer School Program.
Deadline: February 2, 2017
Information: Ryan Draft
Summer research fellowships to work at the Institute Pasteur in Paris for rising seniors. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.
Sponsored by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). This summer research program in Germany gives rising juniors and seniors the opportunity to conduct summer research in biology, chemistry, engineering, physics or earth sciences. Participants receive a stipend and housing assistance. Open to non-U.S. citizens.
Rolling online application opens December 6, 2014.
Deadline: January 18, 2017 online (11:59 pm CET – Central European Time).
The undergraduate research opportunities program (UROP) International is designed for highly qualified US and Canadian undergraduates to conduct an independent research project at one of the RWTH institutes, with mentoring by the scientific staff from the host university. Further program elements include an intensive German language training, intercultural seminars, workshops introducing the broader field of research and various leisure activities. Fellowships available. The program can accommodate 60 students.
Contact information: email@example.com
Deadline: January 15, 2017
The Summer Research Program in Life Sciences and Technology at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), will offer an intensive research training opportunity to 25 undergraduate students interested in research careers in life sciences. This program will run from July 3rd to August 25th 2017. Each student will be matched with a specific laboratory based on the student's interest and background. The student will be working as as member of the research group for a period of eight weeks under supervision of the lab head or a member of his/her research group (graduate student or postdoctoral fellow) on a specific project related to the laboratory's research programs. The lab assignments are decided within a week or two after the selection process is completed. A financial compensation for living and housing expenses are provided for all successful candidates. The majority of travel expenses are covered by program sponsors and the School of Life Sciences. Students are asked to make their own travel arrangements and the SRP coordinator will reimburse the amount once the program starts. In general, up to 1,000 CHF for overseas travel and up to 500 CHF for European travel is covered. Housing is provided in the Lausanne area for the duration of the program. Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: January 31, 2017
The John Innes Centre, The Sainsbury Laboratory and The Genome Analysis Centre provide students from both the United Kingdom and other countries an opportunity to conduct summer research in plant, microbial and computational biology.
Deadline: January 18, 2016
Organization for Tropical Studies - Both semester and summer options available. Summer program in Costa Rica focuses on evolutionary ecology of plants and animals in tropical ecosystems, while that in South Africa concentrates on global health issues in South Africa. Open to all undergraduates who have completed at least one year of college-level biology.
Deadline for Summer Programs: Rolling admissions. Applications available in mid-autumn for the upcoming summer. Early application is strongly encouraged.
For 4,8 and 12 weeks of Independent Study in the Yasuni State Park. Must speak passable Spanish, and be willing to learn basic Kichwa vocabulary.
After the end of their four, eight or twelve week program, each student will present a written, visual or audio report. These will be published on the website: www.Yasuni-Amazona.Org. This program provides funding for all the expenses.
Deadline: applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
This eight-week program is open to international students.
Eligibility: Students must have completed one year of undergraduate study.
Program fees: Application fee of $60, program fee of $1,000 and housing fee of $1,600
Deadline: April 30, 2017
This program has two six-week sessions each summer. International students interested in conducting research in the fields of natural science and engineering at the University of Tokyo are encouraged to apply. Financial support is available.
Eligibility: rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors
Deadline: The application period is from 6 January 2017 to 17:00 on 2 February 2017, Japan Standard Time (GMT+0900).
The World Health Organization (WHO) as the leader in global public health issues is committed to building future leaders in public health. WHO's Internship Programme offers a wide range of opportunities for students to gain insight in the technical and administrative programmes of WHO. The duration of WHO internships is between six to twenty four weeks. WHO internships are not paid and all costs of travel and accommodation are the responsibility of the intern candidate.
If you are interested in completing an internship at a WHO office please follow the relevant below link(s). You will find information on the application process and additional information on WHO's Internship Programme on the website of the respective office.
WHO Headquarters also accepts interns in the following out-posted offices:
- WHO Global Service Centre (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia): email@example.com
- WHO Kobe Centre (Kobe, Japan): firstname.lastname@example.org
- WHO Lyon Office (Lyon, France): email@example.com
WHO Office at the United Nations (New York, United States of America): firstname.lastname@example.org
Internships are found in 5 functional areas:
- Programs and Initiatives
- Clinton Presidential Center
Within each function there are specific areas of interest and within each area of interest there are specific departments (see our available internships). The application requires that you (1) choose your areas of interest and (2) prioritize your departments of choice in your short essay. Please review the options and be prepared with your selections before beginning the application process.
Qualifications: The Internship Program at the Clinton Foundation is geared towards current or rising undergraduate seniors, graduate students, and postgraduates who are in good academic standing. On some occasions, we do accept sophomores and juniors pursuing their undergraduate degree.
USAID offers both paid and unpaid internships for qualified students during the academic year. We draw enthusiastic and forward-thinking interns from a wide variety of fields of study. Interns generally work in one of USAID’s offices in Washington, D.C., supporting programs in fields such as economic growth, agriculture, education, health, environment, democracy and governance, conflict prevention, and humanitarian assistance.
The work assigned to an intern typically includes:
- Writing program memoranda
- Drafting documents
- Facilitating meetings and special events
- Attending program discussions in the Agency, at the Department of State, or on Capitol Hill
Communicating about program issues with USAID field Missions abroad, and with USAID’s many stakeholders and the general public
Operation Wallacea is a network of academics from European and North American universities, who design and implement biodiversity and conservation management research programmes. Research is supported by students who join the programme to strengthen their CV or résumé, gain course credit, or collect data for a dissertation or thesis.
If you are in, or have completed university level education and have a good level of English, you can join the expeditions as a Research Assistant. Alternatively if you are a medical student (or intending to go to medical school) you can gain experience in expedition medicine on our expedition medicine experiential course. Relatively few people have field experience working alongside real research projects and the Operation Wallacea research programme offers the opportunity to work with a range of academic teams to strengthen your CV (résumé) or to help you decide whether tropical field work is of interest for your career. Research Assistants are involved in a wide range of tasks on each research topic and help to gather primary data. It is also possible that your own university will award credit for joining as a Research Assistant. Some universities will award their own credit for joining the programme as Independent Study or as an Internship. However, it is not necessary to register for credit – many students join the expeditions just for the unforgettable international experience in beautiful parts of the world.
Make friends from across the world and enhance your academic profile on the Revolutions in Biomedicine summer program. Based in the heart of London, this four-week program will give you a unique insight into past, present and future biomedical transformations in a hands-on research environment at a leading international university. For more information, please see our program details page.
- Summer 2017: Four-week research-oriented academic program
- Applications open in mid October
- Dates: 3 July - 28 July
- Open to undergraduates, postgraduates and recent graduates (18+)
- Parallel social programme
- Credit: 7.5 ECTS credits (student’s home institution will determine how much credit is awarded)
The Kupcinet-Getz International Science School accepts a select number of outstanding undergraduate students each summer to participate in research projects in mathematics, physics, chemistry and the life sciences . This is an enrichment program designed for undergraduate students from all over the world who are majoring in the sciences, and it is an opportunity to experience science by becoming part of a research group at the Weizmann Institute. Participation in the Kupcinet-Getz International Science School has had a significant impact on past participants of the program, reinforcing the students’ interest in conducting research in their future careers.
Application deadline: December 24, 2016
PHRII values the power of education to create sustainable improvements to health and healthcare. We host a variety of student interns and researchers from universities all around the world who have come to learn about community outreach and public health in-action. We aim to match each student who visits with a staff mentor. Together, the two design an internship experience that utilizes both parties’ unique skill-set. Every student at PHRII has the opportunity for experiential learning – as we value learning through immersion. We send our students to shadow in the Prerana Reproductive Health Clinic in Mysore city – learning about Cervical Cancer screenings, family planning, and a number of reproductive health services. Additionally, students accompany our community health workers, physicians and nurses on weekly medical camps. They travel deep into the tribal regions with our Mobile Medical Team to learn about how we deliver care to the most remote, rural regions of Mysore. In addition to this, students attend a weekly staff meeting as well as a weekly seminar about current public health practices. Many also work on in-depth research projects in collaboration with their home universities which help to answer the questions we feel are central to women’s health in India.