Our research opportunities include summer or academic year fellowships sponsored by professional societies, volunteer positions in both basic and clinical sciences faculty labs, work in school-affiliated research centers and independent study to develop honors theses.
Our independent study programs give you the chance to pursue your research interests at an advanced level. You can conduct independent research under a mentor’s guidance or collaborate on ongoing projects in a mentor’s laboratory. Some area agencies also offer experience-building volunteer opportunities.
You may find a research mentor several ways:
Our 10-week Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) provides you with hands-on experience in one of our state-of-the-art biomedical research laboratories. This program can be your foot in the door to our PhD Program in Biomedical Sciences.