Undergraduate Internships

Internships in New York City

Program Name


Subject Area


Program Dates

What's Needed

Housing/ Living/ Compensation


Albert Einstein College of Medicine School of Yeshiva University

Bronx, NY

Biomedical Science, Research

February 1, 2019

June 3 - 25, 2019

- Outstanding undergraduate students considering the SURP program must meet the following criteria:

- A strong background in the sciences (biology, biochemistry, chemistry, physics, bioengineering or chemical engineering, etc.).

- Completion of junior year in college. In rare instances, sophomores with strong science and/or research backgrounds may be considered.

- U.S. citizenship or permanent residency.

- free housing in the student residence complex on the Einstein campus

- $3,000 stipend

- up to $500 in transportation assistance (for students who live outside the New York City metropolitan area only; international travel cannot be reimbursed)


Brookhaven National Laboratory Summer Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI)

Washington, DC


January 10, 2019, at 5:00 p.m

June 3 - August 9, 2019

- Full-time undergraduate student at an accredited institution

- Freshmen are not eligible

- Applicants who have completed or will complete their undergraduate degree prior to starting their internship, may apply as a "Recent Graduate."

- Minimum 3.0 GPA

- Must be 18 years or older at the time the internship begins

- US Citizen/Permanent Resident at the time of applying

- Must have earned a high school diploma or General Education Development (GED) equivalent at the time of applying.

- For all non-local students, dormitory-style single-room (air-conditioned) housing is made available.

- Stipend: $500 per week during the internship period (10 weeks).



Brooklyn (SUNY) Downstate Medical Center Summer Research Program

Brooklyn, NY

Biomedical Science, Research (PhD)

- The Downstate Summer Research Program is offered to full-time students enrolled in appropriate programs at their home institutions.

- Admission is competitive; only students in good academic standing will be considered.

- Stipend: $3,000 will be provided to accepted applicants who are both competitive and accepted by funded faculty sponsors.



Brooklyn College

Brooklyn, NY


(late January through mid-May)

- U.S. citizen/permanent resident

- Enrolled as a full- or part-time student at a public college or university in the New York metropolitan area (including SUNY programs and institutions in New Jersey), leading to a baccalaureate or associate degree.

- Completed the following courses: Introductory Psychology, Biological Psychology, Neuropsychology, Neurobiology, or Physiological Psychology; and Experimental Psychology or Research Methods (or an equivalent) (Note: We do not expect applicants who are currently enrolled in a community college to meet all of the course requirements above. However, Introductory Psychology should be completed.); have at least sophomore standing (i.e., completed 24 college credits).

- GPA of 3.30 or higher

- At least one semester of undergraduate school remaining before graduation after the current semester (eligible applicants should not be a graduating senior).

- Able to arrange a class schedule so that only a maximum of two courses from his or her home institution are taken concurrently with the REU program. (Special exceptions can be made under extraordinary circumstances. Contact us if this is a concern.)

- Stipend of $3,100 to support their hours of lab research and to cover travel, project materials, general academic supplies, and books. The stipend is not intended to cover housing.


City of New York Department of Health & Mental Hygiene Health Research Training Program (HRTP)

New York, NY

Public health research, community outreach and education, fieldwork, laboratory work

February 15

June – August

Applicants must be enrolled as a matriculated undergraduate, graduate or professional student in a degree program at an accredited college or university in the U.S.

Recent graduates are ineligible.

Applicants must be in good academic standing (GPA above 3.0).

Residency in NYC is required for the fall and winter/spring sessions. There are no residency restrictions for the summer session.


Cold Spring Harbor Lab, Cold Spring Harbor, NY – Watson School of Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research

Cold Spring Harbor, NY

Biomedical Science (Molecular Biology & Cancer, Genetics & Genomics, Neuroscience, Plant Biology, Quantitative Biology)

January 15

​​ June 10 – August 10, 2019

- Students of any nationality are eligible for the program.

- Students should have a strong academic background in a science. Although the Program emphasizes the biological sciences, students with engineering, chemistry, computer science, math, or physics backgrounds are also encouraged to apply.

- Students must be returning to an undergraduate degree program following their URP summer research experience; current sophomores and juniors, or the equivalent, are eligible. Only in exceptional cases will first-year undergraduate students, with prior independent research experience, be considered.

- Previous laboratory research experience will help your application but is not required.

- If your academic semester conflicts with the dates of the URP program, you are still eligible to apply. If you are accepted into the Program, we will discuss how your academic schedule can be accommodated.

- Stipend: $5500.

- All room & board expenses will be covered.

- Travel costs are not reimbursed.


Columbia University, College of Physician and Surgeons

New York, NY

Public Health

January 31, 2019, @11:59 PM EST

May 30- ??

- U.S. Citizen, Permanent Resident, or U.S. National

- Students who will have completed at least two years of college at an accredited institution by the beginning of the program: Rising juniors and seniors

- Recent college graduates (after April 2018) who have not been accepted into a graduate program

- Students with an Associate degree must provide proof of acceptance into a four-year institution

- GPA of 2.7 or higher

- African American, Hispanic/Latino, Asian American, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, people with disabilities, economically disadvantaged, and LGBTQ individuals are encouraged to apply

- Stipend: A stipend for participation is provided to all program scholars.

- Travel: Each scholar is provided financial support for round-trip travel.

- Housing: Housing is provided to all students on the Columbia University Morningside Campus.


Columbia University Amgen Scholar’s Program

New York, NY

Biology, Research

5pm on February 1st, 2019

May 28 - August 2, 2019

- No previous research experience is necessary and you do not need to be a biology major to apply.

- Stipend: $5000, $500 in flex and housing on the Morningside campus of Columbia University.


Columbia University, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Program for Undergraduates

New York, NY

Research, Earth and Ocean Sciences

- Two previous Earth- or ocean-science courses are desirable if they are available to the student.

- All students are required to have at least one year of calculus.

- Stipend of $5000, free housing in an air-conditioned Columbia dormitory.


Columbia University

New York, NY

Biomedical Science Research

- US citizen/permanent resident

- Undergraduate student.

- Preference will be given to students who are rising juniors or seniors

- GPA of 3.2 or above

- Underrepresented minority students (African American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, or Pacific Islander) and/or students from economically or educationally disadvantaged backgrounds (such as first generation college attendee or low income)

- Interested in pursuing graduate education in a biomedical field (MD, MD/PhD, or PhD)

- Stipend: $4,000



Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Department of Plant Pathology & Plant Microbe Biology

Ithaca, NY

Microbial Friends & Foes, microbial interactions with eukaryotic hosts

January 6, 2019 to 2/11/2019

June 3 - August 9, 2019

- Members of minorities underrepresented in science, first generation college students and undergraduates from small colleges are strongly encouraged to apply.

- Applicants must be United States citizens, nationals or permanent residents, and at least 18 years old.

- Stipend: $5750,

- Travel subsidy, meal allowance, and on-campus housing.

- All these activities are sponsored by the NSF grant DBI-1852141, pending final approval


Cornell University, College of Engineering, Diversity Programs

Ithaca, NY


Cornell University, Weill Graduate School of Medical Sciences

New York, NY


Cornell/Rockefeller/Sloan-Kettering “Gateways to Laboratory Program

New York, NY

Biomedical Science Research. Future MD-PhD

February 1, 2019

June 3 - August 9, 2019

- GPA of 3.0

- Completion of a college level calculus class is strongly encouraged.

- Strong and readily apparent communicable desire to pursue the combined MD-PhD degree.

- Stipend: $4,300

- Reimbursed for their travel expenses


Travelers Summer Research Fellowship Program for Premedical Students at Cornell University

New York, NY


February 1, 2019

June 17 - August 2, 2019

- junior year of college

- declared premed students who have completed two semesters of biology, general chemistry, organic chemistry, and one semester of physics. Preference is given to students with a grade point average of B or above

- demonstrated commitment to working on issues with underserved populations within the USA

- from one or more of the following groups that are underrepresented in medicine: Individuals from racial and ethnic groups shown to be underrepresented in biomedical research: Blacks or African Americans, Hispanics or Latinos, American Indians or Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other Pacific Islanders; Individuals from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds; Individuals with disabilities (those with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities)

- U.S. Citizen or permanent resident

- Stipend: $140.00 a week cost-of-living allowance

- Housed rent-free in the dormitory for medical students

- Required to pay for their meals and other living expenses.

- Travel expenses are paid for students that live some distance from New York.


Hunter College

New York, NY



Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Center for Multicultural and Community Affairs

New York, NY

Biomedicine, Science and Clinical Research

February 1st at 12 midnight

10-week program that begins in June of every year.

- Undergraduate student currently in your sophomore or junior year,

- GPA of 3.7 or higher.

- A minimum of six months’ experience in research.

- (Alternatively, if you have a GPA of less than 3.5-3.7, we may still consider your application if you have more extensive research experience. You should have a passion for research and a desire to pursue it professionally, possibly through graduate education in biomedical sciences, in a PhD or MD/PhD program. You must also be enrolled in an institution located within the United States for program eligibility)

- Free housing

- Stipend: $5,000


New York University, Center for Neural Science

New York, NY


February 15, 2019 to 3/15/2019

May 28 - August 2, 2019

- The NSF-REU site grant provides housing

- Living expenses for the summer, a meal plan and reimbursement for travel to non-NYU students that are accepted into the SURP.


State University of New York at Albany

Albany, NY

Eight weeks (June – July)

Must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident

- Must have completed the sophomore year by June of current academic year

- Must have a 2.7 GPA or higher

- Should have a genuine interest in research, and learning leading towards a Ph.D.

- We follow NSF criteria student must be from: an African American, Latino, Native

American, Alaskan Native, Hawaiian Native, Native Pacific Islander (Polynesian or

Micronesian), or economically disadvantage

- Stipend: $3,000

- Room and board

- Access to UAlbany facilities

- Certificate of completion


State University of New York at New Paltz

New Paltz, NY

Water in NYC


State University of New York Downstate Medical Center, Office of Minority Affairs

Brooklyn, NY

Biomedical or Public Health

March 1, 2019

Eight weeks in duration (May-July)

- Pre-requisites: Two years of science completed by the beginning of the summer program.

- Undergraduate sophomore or junior

- US citizen/permanent resident

- Competitive undergraduate GPA

- Letter of recommendation from science professor

- Demonstrated interest in biomedical or

- Public health research

- Stipend: $3,000

- Housing is not provided.

http://sls.downstate.edu/minority_affairs/pdf/srapp.pdf Application Instructions:

State University of New York Upstate Medical University, The Office of Diversity and Inclusion

Syracuse, NY

Biomedical Research

February 4, 2019

June 3 - August 9, 2019

- Undergraduate students in good academic standing

- Junior or senior year during the summer of 2019.

- Applicants must have a strong interest in pursuing post undergraduate studies in fields offered at SUNY Upstate or SUNY ESFExternal Icon.

- The main criteria for the selection of fellows will be personal scholarship, academic excellence, and the match of applicant interests with those of participating Upstate and ESF faculty members. International students who currently have a J-1 or F-1 visa, and who are already attending school in the United States, are eligible to apply.

- Stipend: $3,500 plus housing.



University of Rochester Medical Center, The Center for Advocacy, Community Health, Education and Diversity

Rochester, NY

PhD degree in the Biological or Biomedical Sciences

February 1, 2019

May 28 - August 2, 2019

- Undergraduates from US local and national colleges and universities.

- Undergraduates that are US citizens, permanent resident aliens or students with current F1 Visas from their host institutions in the United States.

- Matriculated college sophomores or juniors with strong academic backgrounds

- GPA of at least 3.00


- Stipend: $450 per week.

- Housing will be provided in the University dorms for 10 weeks (if needed) at no charge.

- Parking is available for a small fee for those students interested in commuting or having a car on the premises.

- Luncheons, select group trips to area attractions and various social activities will be provided at no charge to summer trainees.

- Travel reimbursement may be available to students who qualify.


Wadsworth Center, New York State Department of Health

Albany, NY

Independent Research

February 21, 2019

June 3 - August 9, 2019

- Undergraduates majoring in a basic natural science (biology, chemistry, computational modeling, engineering, genetics, mathematics) who will not have received their Bachelor's degree by the end of summer 2019

- Interest in attending graduate school with the goal of pursuing a career in science.

- Applications are encouraged from students attending colleges with limited research opportunities and from students who are members of groups underrepresented in the sciences, such as women, ethnic minorities, veterans, the physically challenged, and/or those who are the first in their family to attend college.

- U.S. citizen/ permanent resident

- Stipend: $5,750

- Housing and a meal allowance and paid travel to Albany.


Internships outside of New York City



Subject Area


Program Dates

What's Needed



Baylor College of Medicine

Houston, TX

Biomedical research

January 10, 2019

May 28 - July 26

- Short personal statement

- Research experience statement

- Career objectives statement

- Unofficial transcripts

- 2 letters of recommendation

- Nine paid weeks of biomedically related research in a broad range of areas

- Research and professional development seminars designed for undergraduates

- Free SMART GRE prep workshops

- Career development activities

- Designated housing near Baylor College of Medicine

Summer Medical and Research Training Program (SMART) https://www.bcm.edu/education/schools/graduate-school-of-biomedical-sciences/programs/diversity/smart

University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at Houston

Houston, TX

Microbiology and Molecular Genetics

February 1, 2019

May 20 - July 26

- US citizens or permanent residents

- College sophomores, juniors and non-graduating seniors

- GPAs of 3.3 and above will be considered

- Students from groups underrepresented in science (including African-American, Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander, Alaskan Native, disabled or disadvantaged individuals) are encouraged to apply.

- $4,500 stipend

- Nearby housing is available


University of Texas Medical Branch

Galveston, TX


February 18, 2019

June 3 - August 9, 2019

- College student & US citizens/ permanent residents

- Interest in graduate studies in the biomedical sciences

- Unofficial transcript from your undergraduate institution(s)

- interest in research training

- 2 letters of recommendation from faculty members.

- Applications from women and members of underrepresented minority groups are particularly encouraged and welcome.

- $4,000 including fringe benefits for the 10-week period.

- Funding includes a stipend, and we help arrange and supplement your housing costs.


Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Lubbock, TX

biomedical sciences

February 15, 2019

May 29 - August 3

- College transcript (Unofficial transcripts accepted)

- 1 letter of recommendation

- Essay (motivation for participating in the ABRI program)

- Undergraduate who has interest in performing scientific research and attending graduate school

- Stipend $3800


UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas

Dallas, TX

Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. careers in biomedical research

February 9, 2019

June 3–August 9, 2019

- Undergraduate student in science degree program

- Completed sophomore year

- U.S. citizens or possess an F1 visa

- College grades

- Relevant experience

- Letters of recommendation from faculty who can assess the applicant’s potential for advanced training and success in biological research

- Career goals include pursuing Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degree

- Stipend $4000

- If a fellow requires housing, then the costs will be covered by SURF; however, fellows are responsible for paying for their own travel expenses.


University of California, San Diego

La Jolla, CA

Physician-Scientist (M.D./Ph.D.).

February 4, 2019

June 24- August 16

- Completed at least one undergraduate year at an accredited school or university (including baccalaureate schools of nursing)

- Attending community or junior colleges provided they are enrolled in at least three courses per academic term and have completed at least six courses.

- Individuals from racial and ethnic groups that have been shown by the National Science Foundation to be underrepresented in health-related sciences on a national basis, Individuals with disabilities, Individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds (defined on website)

- Stipend: $1600/month includes room (not board)

- $500 Travel allowance for transportation to and from San Diego



University of California, San Francisco

San Francisco, CA

health sciences

February 1, 2019.

May 28 - July 31

- Currently-enrolled undergraduate student

- U.S. citizen/permanent resident

- Have a desire to pursue a PhD in one of the disciplines offered by the UCSF Graduate Division in life/health sciences

- Completed at least four semesters or six quarters of undergraduate study prior to the beginning of the Summer Program.

- Be able to participate for the entirety of the program. Application and personal statement

- Two letters of recommendation

- Copy of college transcript(s)

- Stipend: $4,000

- Up to a $500 allowance for travel to and from San Francisco (*travel arrangements are booked by the program)

- Housing in San Francisco (double-occupancy)

- Health insurance coverage

- Public transportation pass


University of California, Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA

March 31, 2019

June 23 to August 17 (8-week programs) and June 23 to August 30 (10-week programs).

Summer Programs for Undergraduate Research

Stanford University School of Medicine

Stanford, CA

This program is intended for students pursuing PhD programs

February 1, 2019

June 22 – August 24

- U.S. citizen/permanent residents

- Undergraduate students enrolled in accredited four-year colleges or universities in the United States, Puerto Rico or other U.S. territories; and

- Sophomores, juniors, or non-graduating seniors (who are returning in the fall after SSRP to continue undergraduate studies).

- Students who, by reason of their culture, class, race, ethnicity, disability, background, work and life experiences, and/or skills and interests would bring diversity (broadly defined) to graduate study in the biomedical and biological sciences.

- A cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or above; and

- An interest in pursuing a PhD (or, in exceptional cases, those interested in the MD/PhD will also be considered)

- Summer housing, meals, and travel to and from Stanford

- Stipend: $3,600

Stanford Summer Research Program (SSRP)/Amgen Scholars


Berkeley Lab

Berkeley, CA

January 11, 2019 5:00 PM (EST)

Undergraduate Internships

City of Hope National Medical Center and Beckman Research Institute

Duarte, CA

biomedical research

January 11, 2019 - March 8, 2019

- Students must be at least 16 years old.

- Students must be US citizens, or permanent residents.

- Students should have completed high school courses in chemistry and biology.

Most summer students receive a stipend of $4,000 for completing the 10-week program.

Eugene and Ruth Roberts Summer Student Academy


Keck Graduate Institute

Claremont, CA

biotechnology and bioengineering

March 1, 2019

June 17 – August 9

The SURE program is appropriate for motivated undergraduate students majoring in biology, chemistry, engineering, or related disciplines. One of the program goals is to promote the success of women and underrepresented minorities in science and engineering.

$500 scholarship

Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) Program


Boston University School of Medicine

Boston, MA

MD/PhD program in the biomedical sciences

February 1, 2019

- Racial/Ethnic Minorities (African Americans, American Indians and Alaska Natives, Hispanic/Latino Americans, and U.S. Pacific Islanders), which have a longstanding history of underrepresentation and continuing efforts,

- Students with disabilities (defined as those with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities), and

- Students from financially disadvantaged backgrounds

- U.S. citizen/permanent resident

- Rising junior or rising senior at the start of Summer 2019 and currently enrolled in a degree program, part-time or full-time, leading to a Bachelor’s degree.

- Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

- Have an interest in biological research

- Have some prior research experience

- Stipend: $4,800

- Round trip travel to Boston for out-of-state students

- University housing (apartment style dorms)

Summer Training as Research Scholars (STaRS)


Brigham and Women’s Hospital (in collaboration with Harvard-affiliated hospitals)

Boston, MA


(Deadline Extended to January 31, 2019)

​​ June 1- August 1

- Undergraduate student

- US citizen/permanent resident

- Must agree to complete full 8 weeks - GPA 3.4 or higher

- Currently enrolled in undergraduate degree seeking program

- Research experience preferred, but not required

- NOTE: Each finalist will have a brief phone interview.

- Stipend $1000

- Campus styled housing will be provided near the Longwood Medical in Boston area for the benefit of the students at no cost to the students.

Harvard Summer Research Program in Kidney Medicine


Tufts University

Boston, MA

pursuing future PhD or MD/PhD studies

February 15, 2019

- Applicants must have successfully completed at least one year of college

- US citizen/permanent residents

- Students who will graduate before the summer program starts are not eligible for BDBS, but might wish to consider our PREP program.

- Stipend: $4,000

- Travel expenses within the US

- On-campus housing

Sackler School Summer Research Programs


Massachusetts General Hospital Multicultural Affairs Office

Boston, MA

January 25, 2019

June 10 - August 2, 2019

- Member of a group that is underrepresented in medicine

- Undergraduate junior or senior, rising 1st year medical student, or 1st year medical student, graduate school student, or post-baccalaureate student (note: freshman and sophomores not eligible)

- Attended/attending a college or medical school in the US and Puerto Rico

- US citizen/permanent resident

- Proof of health insurance required

- Housing near Harvard Medical School ($4,000 value)

- Stipend: $5,000

- Travel grants based on demonstrated need (FAFSA required)

- Meals provided at all didactic sessions

Summer Research Trainee Program


Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research

Cambridge, MA

disease, science, and technology

December 13, 2018

June 3 - August 9, 2019

- Students who have completed their sophomore year in college or university but not have graduated from a Master's degree program prior to the start of the scholars program, are welcome to apply. Ph.D. and M.D. students are not eligible for this program.

- Attend a university in a U.S. state or territory

- Eligible to work in the United States.

- Strong desire to pursue graduate-level education in biological sciences, chemistry or computational sciences

- G.P.A of 3.3 out of a 4.0 scale.

- The program is a paid, full-time, research opportunity.

- Housing and Travel: In addition to our competitive pay rate, financial support for housing, travel, and local transit systems will be provided based on the Company's non-discriminatory assessment of the applicant's need. Please complete the financial assistance portion of the application to be considered. All scholars have the opportunity to reside in local university residences within the heart of the city, where access to transit systems is readily available.

- Health Insurance: The Massachusetts Health Care Reform Law requires all adult residents (permanent and temporary), age 18 and older, to have health insurance. In Cambridge, health insurance will be provided to those who will not have continuous coverage during the summer.

Scientific Summer Scholars Program


University of Massachusetts Medical School

Worcester, MA

March 15, 2019

May 26 - August 2, 2019

- At least 18 years old

- Matriculating

- U.S. citizen/permanent resident

- GPA/must be in good academic standing

- Participants cannot be receiving funding from any other sources during the program

- Participants MUST have proof of health insurance coverage prior to acceptance to the program.

- To be eligible for NIH funding at least ONE of the following requirements must apply: Member of a racial or ethnic group under-represented in biomedical research (African American, Native American [Hawaiian and Alaskan] and Hispanic/Latino); Family meets criteria for disadvantaged (economic or educational) status; Presently receive accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act; Participants who do not meet any of the criteria above, please select SURE funding

- Stipend:$4000

- Travel and housing is paid for and arranged by the program

- Transportation is provided week days to and from the campus

- Participants prepare and present a professional research poster

Summer Undergraduate Research Program


Case Western Reserve University

Cleveland, OH


Jan. 31, 2019

May 28 - Aug. 2, 2019

- Strong academic records

- Completed at least one laboratory course prior to application

- Previous experience performing independent laboratory research is not required

- Students entering their junior or senior year are given preference.

- Stipend: $3,000

- Lodging and food allowance will also be provided

- Please note that our program has limited financial resources for supporting students who are not citizens or permanent residents of the United States.

Summer Undergraduate Research in Pharmacology


University of Cincinnati College of Medicine

Cincinnati, OH

biomedical research

February 1, 2019 5:00 pm (EST)

- Undergraduate students (attending any college or university)

- U.S. Citizen/permanent residents

- Enrolled full or part time in a degree program leading to a baccalaureate or associate's degree.

- While Sophomores and Juniors are typically preferred, Freshmen and Seniors are also eligible. Sophomores and Juniors who are majoring in the sciences (e.g.: Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Neuroscience, Biomedical Engineering, Physics, etc.) are preferred for summer fellowships in the College of Medicine.

- Previous research experience is beneficial because it makes you more competitive for a spot in a lab and it helps us know where to place you.

- In order to be competitive, students should have completed a year each in Biology and Chemistry. Completion of upper level science courses (e.g., Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Microbiology) is very helpful.

- GE, NEURO and ASPET SURF Stipend: $4,000 (or $400 per week)

- MSTP SURF Stipend: $4000

- CCHMC SURF Stipend: $350 per week

- Apartments close to campus in the Clifton neighborhood usually run about $300-400/month for a one bedroom.

- Students who are residents of the Cincinnati area are not required to stay in the dorms.

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF)


Children’s Hospital Research Foundation of Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH

biomedical research

February 1, 2019 5:00 pm (EST)

May 28th or May 31st (9-10 weeks)

- Undergraduate freshman, sophomores, juniors or seniors in the Fall of 2019

- GPA of 3.0 or better

- US citizen/permanent residents

- Interest in a career in biomedical research or medicine.

- Criteria for selection include academic record, answers to essay questions and interest in obtaining research experience.

- Applicants are encouraged to specify their areas of research interest and/or specific mentors they wish to work with. This will allow us to facilitate the match of students with appropriate mentors.

- Students will be paid an hourly rate of $10.10 which will be approximately $4000 for the summer.

- Students will receive their salary deposits on a biweekly schedule.

- The cost of UC housing will be approximately $1750 for the program.

- Interns who wish to arrange their own living accommodations can often find one-bedroom apartments close to campus for about $300 to $400 per month.

Division of Developmental Biology

Undergraduate Summer Student Program


Ohio State University Medical Center

Columbus, OH

SUCCESS Summer Undergraduate Course Creating Excellence in Scientific Study

University of Chicago

Chicago, IL

Summer Research Training Program

Committee on Institutional Cooperation Summer Research Opportunities Program

Champaign, IL

Dates vary per school

- Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher (4.0 scale)

- US citizen/permanent resident

- Enrolled in a degree-granting program at a college or university in the United States, Puerto Rico, or other U.S. territory

- Have completed at least two semesters of undergraduate education by the time of the summer experience

- Have at least one semester of undergraduate education remaining after completing the summer research experience

- Have a strong interest in pursuing a Ph.D.

Stipend: between $3000-$6000 (depending on which location)


Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Evanston, IL

biomedical science

- Students must be classified by the following fall semester as college freshmen, sophomore, junior or senior students.

- Pursuing a major in the sciences

- Transcripts should demonstrate a record of academic achievement (GPA 3.2 or higher)

- U.S. citizen/permanent resident

- Members of underserved populations (African-American, Hispanic, Pacific Islander or Native American).

- Stipend: $3,500

- Housing is provided on the Evanston Campus of Northwestern University for students who do not live in the Chicago area

CURE Summer Undergraduate Research Program

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

Pittsburgh, PA

Summer Undergraduate Research Programs

Premedical Academic Enrichment Program

MIDAS summer Research Opportunity

Undergraduate Summer Research Opportunities

Training and Experimentation in Computational Biology

University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA

biomedical sciences

February 1, 2019

June 3 - August 9

- U.S. citizen/permanent resident

- Enrolled in an accredited, four-year college for the fall semester after the program ends.

- We encourage applications from students of all backgrounds, particularly those from underrepresented minority groups or disadvantaged backgrounds; with disabilities; or who attend small colleges.

- Competitive stipend, which is paid in installments at the end of each month.

- On-campus housing in the dormitories is provided at no cost to the intern.

- The program will pay reasonable round-trip transportation costs for travel to and from the University of Pennsylvania.

- Daily commuting expenses cannot be reimbursed

Undergraduate Summer Internship Program


Drexel University College of Medicine

Philadelphia, PA

biomedical sciences

February 11, 2019

June 3 - August 9

- Interest in pursuing biomedical research (i.e., PhD or MD/PhD) in graduate school and must be in good standing at their respective undergraduate institutions.

- Sophomores and juniors (as of spring 2019) are given priority, although freshmen may apply.

- Seniors expected to graduate in 2019 are not eligible.

- Selection will be based on the student's academic undergraduate record, research experience, letters of recommendation, and statements of research interests and career goals.

- Stipend: $3,000 based on 40 hours' work per week in an assigned laboratory

- Housing: Only students who reside within reasonable commuting distance to Philadelphia will be considered


Biomedical Graduate Studies-Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship


Thomas Jefferson University

Philadelphia, PA

Biochemistry & Molecular, Pharmacology, Cell Biology & Regenerative Medicine, Genetics, Genomics & Cancer Biology, Immunology & Microbial, Pathogenesis, Neuroscience, Tissue Engineering

January 15, 2019

June 3 - August 9

- U.S. Citizen/permanant Resident

- Submitted Application

- $25.00 Application Fee

- Transcripts from any college or university attended

- 2 Letters of recommendation

- Essay Questions

- Resume/CV

- Stipend: $3,500

- An allowance for campus housing

Summer Undergraduate Research Program


Penn State University, College of Medicine

Hershey, PA

biological sciences

Feb. 8, 2019, at noon

May 28 - August 2, 2019

- Selections will be based on scholarship

- The personal reference letter and an evaluation of the student's interests.

- Please be sure to include your personal statement indicating your motivation for a research career and/or your interest in research.

- Stipend: $3,000 (prior to taxes and rent) for the summer.

- Interns invited to participate in the program may elect to live on campus in our housing facilities. The charge for the first month is covered by the program with the remaining charges paid by the intern ($575/month).

Summer Undergraduate Research Internship Program


Mayo Clinic

Rochester, MN

Ph.D. or M.D.-Ph.D/ biomedical

Feb. 1.

May 28 - Friday, Aug. 2, 2019.

- Completed two or three years at a U.S. college or university at the time the SURF program begins

- GPA of at least 3.0 (4.0 scale)

- Seriously considering a biomedical research career as a Ph.D. or M.D.-Ph.D.

- International students who are attending a U.S. college or university are eligible to apply

- Stipend: $6,000 for 10 weeks.

- Students are responsible for their own travel, housing and meals.


Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship


University of Minnesota

Twin Cities, MN

various subject areas

February 1, 2019

May 30 - August 10, 2019

- Citizen/permanent resident of the US or its possessions.

- Currently attending an accredited 2- or 4-year institution on a full-time basis.

- Interested in the life sciences.

- You must be able to commit full time to our program.

- All students are required to attend every day of the program and to work for a full day.

- You will not be allowed to take time off during the work week for family vacations, college visits, classes, a part-time job, or other appointments.

- Stipend $4000

- Housing (room and meal plan in on-campus residence hall for most participants)

- Travel (round trip airfare only) included in compensation package for a total compensation package of $8,600

Life Sciences Summer Undergraduate Research Programs (LSSURP)


Wayne State University School of Medicine

Detroit, MI

Molecular Medicine and Genetics

March 31, 2019

June 3 - August 9, 2019

- The student research should be a project designed for you to learn and participate in the approach to medical research, including formulating an hypothesis, experimental design and executing the work (as well as analyzing the results) within the 9 week fellowship window.

- That the sponsoring mentor must have an official appointment with Wayne State University (e.g. full-time or adjunct faculty appointment).

- Stipend: $3,000 for 9 weeks of research during the summer.

Summer Research Programs


University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI

social justice focused summer fellowship program

​​ January 14th, 2019 by 9AM

June 1, 2019 - August 3, 2019

- All applicants must be current undergraduate students at the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, Dearborn, or Flint, or Henry Ford Community College students.

- Students graduating in Winter 2019 are not eligible.

- Stipend: $2,500-3,500 (depending on financial need + housing in midtown, Detroit).


Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Detroit Community Based Research Program


Medical College of Wisconsin

Milwaukee, WI

intend to pursue scientific-based graduate studies

February 1, 2019

May 29 - August 2, 2019

- All students enrolled in a U.S.-based, regionally accredited college/university are encouraged to apply.

- Preference is typically given to current sophomores and juniors

- GPA of 3.2 or higher that have an interest in research-based graduate studies.

- Those chosen to participate in SPUR must be 18 years or older by the program start date.

- Applicants selected to participate in SPUR receive a stipend and are provided housing on an as-needed basis.

- The stipend for 2018 was $3,500.00, and was provided to participants in two equal payments.

Summer Program for Undergraduate Research

Summer Enrichment Programs


Medical University of South Carolina

Charleston, SC

biomedical research

Summer Undergraduate Research Program


Oregon Health and Science University, Equity Research Program

Portland, OR

Biomedical Sciences


Health Systems & Policy - Center for Health Systems Effectiveness



Public Health

February 4, 2019

June 17 - August 9, 2019

- Have completed at least one undergraduate college year by the start date of the program.

- Have completed at least one course in the basic sciences (some tracks require a lab component) and mathematics or statistics.

- You come from either an underrepresented minority background, have experienced economic hardship, are first in your family to attend college or have experienced other economic, educational, ethnic/cultural, family circumstance hardships. Underrepresented students belong to groups that are recognized as historically underrepresented in the health and science professions including: African-American/Black, Native American/Alaska Native, Pacific Islander and Hispanic/Latinos.

- Economically disadvantaged students are defined as individuals who come from a low-income family, using low income levels specified by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as a guideline. Socially disadvantaged students come from an environment that may inhibit them from obtaining knowledge, skills or abilities required to enroll and successfully complete an undergraduate or graduate course of study that could lead to a career in the health sciences. This category includes, but is not restricted to, students whose parents did not attend or complete college.

- You are a U.S. citizen, permanent U.S. resident, or an eligible DACA student (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). A DACA applicant must have an employment authorization card via USCIS. Two recommendation letters. Current Resume. Essay. College Transcripts

- Stipend: $3,200


University of Alabama at Birmingham

Birmingham, AL


February 15th

May 31 - July 26, 2019

- SIBS participants will receive a stipend of $2,500 for their participation in the program.

- Campus housing will be provided but travel expenses are not covered.

Summer Research Programs for Undergraduates


University at Buffalo (SUNY) School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Buffalo, NY

February 1, 2019

May 28 to August 2, 2019

- U.S. citizens or permanent residents in their junior year at the time of application.

- We do not accept pre-medical students.

- Stipend: $3,500

- On-campus housing is provided.

Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE)


University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

Denver, CO

Heart, Lung and Blood Diseases

February 1st

June 10 - August 9, 2019

- Students from around the nation (continental US and US territories) are welcome to apply.

- Interest in biomedical science research careers, academic achievement and inclusion in an underrepresented group or category (first generation college attendee, low income, financial need, or ethnic identity as African American, Hispanic, American Indian, Alaska Native, or Southeast Asian, Pacific Islander). Successful undergraduate applicants will have completed two years of college and demonstrated aptitude in one or more laboratory science courses.

- Those who will have already graduated by the start of the program and international students (with student visas) are not eligible.

- Stipend: $4,000

- Out-of-State GEMS participants will be housed in shared student dormitories on a nearby undergraduate campus.

- Students will need to pay for their meals and for a portion of the room and board expenses (approx. $500.00) out of the stipend but GEMS Program staff will set-up the housing accommodations.

- Interns will receive round-trip transportation to and from Denver.

- Airfare will be paid by the GEMS program and students who choose to drive to Denver can be reimbursed for mileage up to the cost of the airfare for the equivalent trip.

Graduate Experience for Multicultural Students (GEMS)


University of Connecticut Health Center

Farmington, CT

March 1, 2019

- Applicants who are U.S. citizens/Permanent Residents or international students who have an F-1 student visa and are currently undergraduates studying in a college or university in the United States (as long as they obtain “curricular practical training” from their current U.S. college or university) are eligible to apply.

- International students on any other visa type are not eligible for the program.

- Applicants must have completed at least their sophomore year by the start of the program and should have completed some college coursework in biology and chemistry (preferably through organic chemistry).

- Previous laboratory experience is desirable. Students who will have graduated by the time the program begins are not eligible.

- Stipend: $3,500.

- Students will be responsible for travel, meals, housing and other incidental expenses related to participating in the program.

- Securing housing for the duration of the program is the responsibility of the applicant.

- Information on locating off-campus housing is provided.

Undergraduate Summer Research


Yale School of Medicine

New Haven, CT

interdisciplinary research

February 3, 2019 (midnight, EST).

May 26 - Aug 2

- You must be a US citizen/permanent resident

- You must have health insurance, and you must be enrolled at an undergraduate institution the summer of your internship.

- Stipend: $5,500 for the 10-week period.

- In addition, it will cover travel expenses up to $500 and provide a food allowance and free room and board on Yale’s campus.

Yale University Sackler/NSF REU

NIH-NIDDK/KUH Yale Summer Research Fellowship for Undergraduate Students

BioMed Summer Undergraduate Fellowship


University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine

Iowa City, IA

Summer Undergraduate Research Programs

University of Kansas

Lawrence, KS

pharmaceutical chemistry

February 15, 2019

May 20 - July 26, 2019

- Undergraduates currently attending any U.S. university and who have preferably completed their junior year by the beginning of the summer are eligible.

- Highly qualified sophomore students will be considered as well. (Seniors are reminded that graduate programs leading to the Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry are available and inquiries are welcome.)

- Participants enroll as KU students for the summer and receive one academic credit for their research work. Excellent recreational facilities and other University privileges are available to Summer Undergraduate Research participants.

- The University of Kansas is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Applications are invited from all qualified people regardless of race, religion, color, sex, disability, national origin, ancestry, age or veteran status. Applications from minorities and women are especially encouraged.

- Competitive stipends are provided to participants plus room and board in a University dormitory.

Summer Undergraduate Research Programs


University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and Rutgers University

New Brunswick, NJ


February 15, 2019

May 28 - August 2, 2019

- United States citizen/permanent resident

- Must have completed at least one year of college prior to the start of the program.

- Applicants who will have received their undergraduate degree prior to the start of the program are not eligible.

- Applicants should have good academic credentials including courses in biology.

- Applicants should be interested in pursuing research in their careers.

- Applicants from all schools are encouraged to apply. Special consideration will be given to minority groups that are underrepresented in the sciences, first-generation college students, or students who attend schools with limited research opportunities.

- Applicants already admitted to graduate or professional schools will not be considered.

- Housing will be provided and paid for by the program in a Rutgers dormitory with shuttle bus access to restaurants and shopping, as well New Jersey Transit train station to NYC (40min) and Philadelphia (1hr). Students will be encouraged to live in the dorm to foster a sense of community where they can share experiences in their individual laboratories on an informal basis.

- Stipend: $4,000 stipend in addition to the housing.

- Transportation to and from the students' permanent residence will be covered for the beginning and end of the program.

Undergraduate Summer Research


University of Nebraska – Lincoln

Lincoln, NE

Minority health research

March 1

June 3 - August 8

- U.S. Citizen/ Permanent Resident

- Current undergraduate with at least one semester of coursework remaining before obtaining a bachelor's degree (E.g., students graduating in May are not eligible for the Summer Research Program for the summer in which they graduate.)

- Each research program may have unique criteria or prerequisites, learn more by visiting the research programs pages.Completion of advanced coursework related to the research area

- Junior or senior standing with one year of remaining undergraduate coursework

- Evidence of interest in pursuing an advanced degree (master's or Ph.D.)

- Historically underrepresented in graduate education, including students with disabilities

- Currently attending academic institutions where research programs are limited

Stipend: $5,000-$6,000

Undergraduate Summer Research Program


University of Nebraska Medical Center

Omaha, NE

Health care and research

2/1/19 11:59pm CST.

June 3 - August 9, 2019

- U.S. Citizen/permanent resident

- Currently enrolled as a freshman, sophomore, junior or a December graduate in college

- GPA of 3.4 and above

- Completion of science courses beyond general biology or chemistry (e.g. organic chemistry, microbiology, genetics, etc.)

- Research Essay and strong letters of recommendation

- Stipend: $2500-$4000 depending on area of interest

Summer Undergraduate Research


University of New Mexico School of Medicine

Albuquerque, N.M.

Various Disciplines

February 1

May 29 - August 2

- GPA of at least 3.0

- Be an enrolled undergraduate at the time of the program and a graduation date no earlier than the December following the program.

- Currently attend a college or university in the United States.

- US Citizen/Permanent Resident (green card holder).

- The UPN Program awards each scholar a summer experience package to cover a stipend, activity fees and some meals. The total package is worth approximately $5,000

Undergraduate Pipeline Network Summer Research Program


University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Oklahoma City, OK

biomedical research or health related science

February 5, 2019

May 20 - July 12, 2019

- Applicants must be a student at one of the following institutions in Oklahoma during the spring 2019 semester: Cameron University, East Central University, Langston University, Northeastern State University, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma Panhandle State University, Rogers State University, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, University of Central Oklahoma, University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City Community College, Redlands Community College, Tulsa Community College or College of the Muscogee Nation.

- Applicants must have completed two years of undergraduate study and exhibit a record of high academic achievement in science coursework including laboratories if applicable.

- Applicants must be enrolled in at least six credit hours at one of the eligible colleges during the spring 2019 semester.

- The program provides $7,200 per student for eight weeks during the summer term.

- This consists of a $5,000 summer salary for the student and $2,200 for laboratory supplies to be allocated to the faculty mentor where the research is being performed.

- The student is responsible for all living expenses, parking fees, travel to the mentor lab, etc. Assistance with coordinating housing will be provided if needed.

Native American Center for Health Research Summer Undergraduate Research Experience

Summer Undergraduate Research Experience

Stephenson Cancer Center Summer Undergraduate Program


University of Virginia School of Medicine

Charlottesville, VA

2 January 2019

​​ May 27, 2019 - August 3, 2019

- Citizens or a non-citizen national of the United States, or have been lawfully admitted to the US for permanent residence (i.e., possess a currently valid Alien Registration Receipt Card I-551, or other legal verification of such status). Non-citizen nationals are generally persons born in outlying possessions of the US (e.g., American Somoa).

- Undergraduate students must be enrolled as a full time undergraduate student in the fall semester following the summer of program participation (i.e. Fall 2018).

- The student trainee must be a member of a health disparity population underrepresented in the biomedical, behavioral, clinical, or social sciences. This includes racial and ethnic minorities (African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanics, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders), individuals from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds, and individuals from rural areas are also strongly encouraged to apply. Those from rural backgrounds, please see Am I Rural? for more information. To qualify as a rural applicant, you must be classified as "micropolitan" or "rural".

- Stipend: $1,200 per month ($3,000 total)

- Transportation to and from UVA for the weekend research introduction and for the pre-departure week will be covered.

- Round trip airfare and ground transportation to and from your international site, and pre-approved in-country transportation will also be covered.

- The MHIRT program will also cover costs for the required international health insurance as determined by the program coordinator.

- Lodging. MHIRT will cover lodging costs at UVA for 2 weeks (if needed) and at the international site for 8 weeks.

Minority Health International Research Training Program (MHIRT)

Summer Research Internship Program


Vanderbilt University

Nashville, TN

MD/PHD interest

February 1

June 3 -August 2, 2019

- U.S. citizens/Permanent Resident status

- Earning a four-year undergraduate degree at an accredited US college or university.

- Applying students must be a college undergraduate during the summer of the program year.

- GPA of 3.5 or greater on a 4.0 scale.

- Preference is given to candidates with prior research experience and who have taken advance science courses.

- Strong desire to pursue an M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degree.

- Stipend: $1,500

- The program provides each student housing on-campus for the summer.

- The program does not provide support for travel or meals.

- Disadvantaged students accepted into the program may be eligible for financial assistance.

Vanderbilt Summer Science Academy / Vanderbilt Undergraduate Clinical Research Internship Program (UCRIP)


Virginia Commonwealth University

Richmond, VA

15 March

- Must be a current undergraduate student - Sophomore, Junior or Senior.

- Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.50 or greater.

- Must have research experience beyond the classroom.

- Participants are responsible for their travel.


- Stipend: Approximately $2,500 to be paid in two installments.

- Housing Support: Dorm Housing

Summer Student Program in Microbiology, Infectious Diseases, and Public Health Epidemiology



Blacksburg, VA

February 15, 2019

May 28 - August 9, 2019

- Rising juniors and seniors (preferred) who attend universities in the USA

- U.S. citizen/permanent resident

- The program will arrange your housing accommodations.

- Stipend: $5,000 (paid in two installment + living expenses).

Research Experience for Undergraduates


Wake Forest University

Winston-Salem, N.C.

January 4, 2019

​​ June 3 ​​ August 9, 2019

- 18 years of age on or before the first day of the 2019 Summers Scholar Program

- U.S. citizen/permanent resident, or be eligible to work in the U.S. at WFIRM for the 10-week summer program.

- GPA of 2.85 or higher (4.0 scale)

- Enrolled at time of application in a degree-granting program at an undergraduate college, community college or university in the U.S., Puerto Rico or other U.S. territory.

- Have completed at least two semesters of undergraduate education by the start of the 2019 Summer Scholar Program.

- Stipend: $5,000

- Housing allowance for their participation in the 10-week program.

Summer Research Opportunities Program

Washington University: Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences Summer Research Programs

St Louis Neuroscience Pipeline

Amgen Scholars

Initiative for Maximising Student Development (IMSD)

St. Louis, MN

​​ biological and biomedical sciences

May 28 - August 2, 2019

- No research background required.

- Applications from backgrounds historically underrepresented in the sciences (African Americans, Latin Americans, Native Americans and Pacific Islanders) are strongly encouraged to apply.

- We also encourage students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds and those who attend small liberal arts colleges to apply.

- Stipend: $4200 and is quite ample to sustain you while in St. Louis.

- We will provide housing, travel and many meals throughout the summer.


Shannon Point Marine Center

Bellingham, WA

Marine science

February 15

- US Citizen/permanent residents and its possessions

- Enrolled in a 2- or 4-year institution of higher education.

- Students who have received a bachelor’s degree before the start date of the program are ineligible.

- Continuing SPMC’s long-standing tradition of working with diverse student groups through the Multicultural Initiative in Marine Science Undergraduate Program, we strongly encourage applications from underserved, underrepresented and underprivileged groups.

- Stipend: $4,500 plus a $630 food allowance

- A travel allowance and housing at the Shannon Point Marine Center



Medical College of Georgia

Augusta, GA

biomedical sciences


May 20 - July 19, 2019

- 18 years or older by start of the STAR session

- Completion of at least freshman year in college

- Minimum overall GPA of 3.0

- Minimum GPA of 3.0 in science courses

- Currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program*

- Proof of current Health Insurance Coverage that extends throughout the duration of the Summer STAR Program

- United States Citizenship (or hold permanent resident status) or international students currently enrolled in US college/university holding a student non-immigrant visa**

- Proof of current social security number/card for employment purposes, with original card for documentation

- Stipend: $4,500 (before taxes) for the nine-week period.

- Participants will be responsible for travel, meals, housing and other personal expenses.

- The STAR program will provide a $1000 subsidization toward housing for participants who live on-campus. This subsidization will be paid directly to the Augusta University Business Office and not to the STAR participant. The total cost of housing for the summer 2019 session will be forthcoming.

Summer Student Training and Research (STAR)


National Institutes of Health

Various locations

Biomedical Research

March 1

are 18 years of age or older on June 15, 2019,*

are U.S. citizens or permanent residents, AND

are in college (including community college) or graduate/professional school at the time of application, OR

are high school graduates at the time of application and have been accepted into accredited college or university programs

Education Level Completed

High School: Before Graduation- $1,870

High School: After Graduation- $2,090

Undergraduate: After 1 year- $2,190

Undergraduate: After 2 years - $2,290

Undergraduate: After > 3 years - $2,410

Graduate: Less than 1 year - $2,520

Graduate: After 1 year- $2,860

Graduate: After 2 years - $3,180

Graduate: After > 3 years - $3,410

Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research


Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Baltimore, MD

Various Disciplines, research

​​ February 3, 2019.

May 28, 2019 – August 2, 2019

To be eligible, applicants must be enrolled at a two- or four-year college or university. We especially encourage rising sophomores, students at community colleges or other institutions that have limited research opportunities, and “non-traditional” students (e.g., first-generation college attendees, veterans, older students) to apply.

Summer Internship Program (SIP)



Louisiana State Health Sciences Center, Shreveport Department of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Neuroscience

Shreveport, LA

Pharmacology, Toxicology and Neuroscience

March 22, 2019

eight- week summer research program for domestic undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing a career in pharmacology.

Summer Undergraduate Pharmacology Experience in Research Program (SUPER)


University of Maryland

Baltimore, MD

clinical research in biomedical or health topics

Februrary 4, 2019

May 28 - August 2, 2019

Institution and Year of Study: University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP) undergraduate students currently in their second or third year of studies (Sophomore or Junior).

Study Field: Majoring in any science, technology, engineering, or mathematics field.

GPA: Minimum GPA of 3.2 (cumulative) with preference for strong science performance. GPA of 3.5 or greater preferred.

Stipend: $4,500; Housing: Not provided

Office of Student Research

Maine Medical Center Research Institute

Scarborough, ME

biomedical science

February 11, 2019

​​ June 3 - August 9, 2019

Applicants must have a 3.0 GPA or above

Applicants must be enrolled as a student in an undergraduate college program or community college program, or be a high school senior at least 18 years of age. College seniors who graduate in the 2018-2019 academic year are eligible to apply.

Summer Student Research Program participants paid by Maine Medical Center must be eligible to be employed in the US in order to participate in this program.

Summer Student Research Program participants paid by Maine Medical Center must be available to come to MMC for required pre-employment health screening prior to start of the program. Appointments will be scheduled when the formal employment offer is extended by MMC.

Summer Student Research Program at main Medical Center Research Institute