Undergraduate Summer Research Internships

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The Summer Multicultural Advanced Research Training (SMART)

SMART, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health and the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, addresses the significant gap in the number of underrepresented minority groups, disadvantaged populations and individuals with disabilities that enter biomedical and behavioral science careers. This program will provide undergraduate students interested in pursuing biomedical sciences related research, a 10-week summer research experience in a mentor-guided laboratory and workshops to enhance their academic and career development.

SMART is in its 26th year and 16 undergrads participate each year

Apply to SMART Program

Historically Black Colleges and Universities Undergraduate Research Programs (HBCU-DOD)

 

The HBCU Undergraduate Collaborative Summer Training Program in Prostate Cancer is a collaboration between UNT Health Science Center and Alabama State University.  The program offers summer research internship opportunities for undergraduate students interested in prostate cancer research.

 

Apply to HBCU Program

The Developing Undergraduate Researchers-Matter (DURA-M) Program, sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse

This program will provide undergraduate students interested in pursuing NIDA-related research, a 10-week summer research experience in a mentor-guided laboratory.  The expectation is an increase in the number of diverse and highly motivates students attaining biomedical degrees in the biomedical and behavioral sciences.

This program addresses the significant gap in the number of underrepresented minority groups, disadvantaged populations and individuals with disabilities that enter biomedical and behavioral science careers.

Apply to DURA-M Program Sponsored by NIDA

Joint Admissions Medical Program (JAMP)

Special program created by the Texas Legislature to support and encourage highly qualified, economically disadvantaged Texas resident students pursuing a medical education.

 

How To Apply

This page was last modified on January 16, 2019