Last update: 21 Jan 2016
REU | Arizona State University
The Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute (MTBI), is a summer research experience for undergraduates held at Arizona State University. At MTBI, we prepare undergraduates in math, biology, and related fields for the rigors of graduate school by enabling students to produce student-selected, graduate-level research.
For more information on MTBI 2017 and to reach our online application form, please visit (http://mtbi.asu.edu/summerprogram).
Feel free to email me or Sabrina Avila at: Sabrina.Avila@asu.edu with any questions you may have. The application deadline is January 31, 2017.
NEBRASKA | Undergraduate Summer Research Opportunities
The University of Nebrask’s summer program offers research opportunities in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields.
Summer 2017 research programs include:
… Biomedical Engineering
Systems Biology of Plant and Microbiome
During the Nebraska Summer Research Program, students receive first-hand exposure to research and the experience of graduate school. They work closely with faculty mentors and research teams of graduate students and other summer scholars. Students also have opportunities to participate in meaningful social and professional development activities outside of the laboratory.
Our online application makes it easy for students to apply. Priority review begins Monday, February 1 and all applications must be completed by Tuesday, March 1. Students historically underrepresented in graduate education and students from academic institutions where research programs are limited are especially encouraged to apply.
Director, Graduate Enrollment
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
NCI-sponsored Systems Biology and Physical Oncology Undergraduate Summer Research Opportunity
The National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Cancer Systems Biology Consortium and Physical Sciences in Oncology Network are offering rising Junior and Senior undergraduates with outstanding research potential the opportunity to work closely with faculty mentors from NCI-supported institutions for an 8-week summer fellowship. The 2017 summer research program is designed specifically for students to gain experience in the interdisciplinary fields of systems biology and physical oncology. Students who are especially interested in cancer research careers are encouraged to apply. Opportunities are available at 14 research institutions across the United States. Stipend, housing, and travel to and from the host institution are covered by NCI. Additionally, students will convene at the NIH in Bethesda, MD, mid-way through the summer to present their research and network with their peers.
Detailed information about the program and application instructions can be found at: https://Frederick.cancer.gov/SummerProgram. The application deadline is February 15, 2017.
Please distribute the attached flyer to undergraduates within your institution who might be interested in this exciting opportunity. Don’t hesitate to contact myself (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ms. Erin Wetzel (email@example.com) if you have any questions about the program.
Shannon K. Hughes, Ph.D.
Division of Cancer Biology
National Cancer Institute, NIH
9609 Medical Center Drive, 6W348
Rockville, MD 20850
CSBC Web: http://csbconsortium.org
PS-ON Web: http://pson.cancer.gov
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PROGRAM at The Mathematical Biosciences Institute
The MBI coordinates a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program, which attracts a highly select and diverse group of 12 undergraduate students from across the country each summer. The program is “distributed” in the sense that MBI institute partners (IPs) serve as hosts for small groups of program participants. For summer 2017, the program schedule is as follows:
One-Week introduction (June 5-9, 2017): A one-week introduction to the summer research experience with tutorials, lab tours, and computer labs on topics in the mathematical biosciences.
REU Program (June 12 - August 4, 2017): An 8-week mentored research experience at an MBI IP on a topic in mathematical biology.
Capstone Conference (August 7-11, 2017): A student-centered conference featuring talks and posters by students doing research in mathematical biology, keynote talks by prominent mathematical biologists, a graduate studies recruitment fair, and other special features including a conference dinner and social event. Note that the Capstone Conference is open to all undergraduate students doing research in the mathematical biosciences, not only to students participating in the MBI REU.
More information about the program can be found on the MBI website: https://mbi.osu.edu/education/summer-undergraduate-program/
Summer Program in Biostatistics & Computational Biology
at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
June 10, 2017 - July 22, 2017
Application Due: February 1, 2017
If you like mathematics and would like to learn how quantitative methods can be applied in the study of human health, consider applying to the Summer Program in Biostatistics & Computational Biology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The program will introduce you to the power and excitement of math applications to public health, medicine, and biology, and provide you experiences that will help inform your future career path.
Summer Program for Undergraduates & Recent Graduates
The Summer Program is an intensive 6-week program, during which qualified participants receive a whirlwind introduction to biostatistics, epidemiology, and public health research. This program is designed to expose undergraduates to the use of quantitative methods for biological, environmental, and medical research. The program also provides advice about graduate school and the application process through GRE preparation, meetings with different departments of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and individualized mentoring by Harvard faculty. Participants take non-credit introductory courses in Biostatistics and Epidemiology and statistical programming languages such as R, and attend a series of topical seminars. The seminars, led by faculty members from various departments at the Harvard School of Public Health, are designed to broaden participant's understanding of the relationship of biostatistics to human health by providing a snapshot of methods developed and applied to real research projects in different fields. Participants also gain research experience through small-group research projects directed by faculty and graduate student mentors. At the end of the program, students present their research to the group and to affiliated faculty. Housing and travel are provided and a living stipend (including meals) of approximately \(1900 is provided for the 6-week program.
The 2-3 month internship program is for post-bacs interested in or planning to attend a graduate degree program in biostatistics. Past summer program participants are encouraged to apply. Travel is provided and interns will receive a salary for their participation in the post-baccalaureate program. Interns will participate in collaborative research projects through 1-2 rotations at academic and clinical centers at Harvard. They will attend regular seminars at Harvard and Dana Farber Cancer Institute on biostatistical topics. They will also attend the annual Pipelines Into Biostatistics Symposium in July 2017, and have the option to return the next summer to present their research at our 2018 symposium.
[this is for grad students, but one can always ask…]
Call for Applications: Summer Graduate Program on Connecting Biological Data with Mathematical Models
Graduate students in math, biology and related fields are encouraged to apply to the 2017 Graduate Summer Program on Connecting Biological Data with Mathematical Models, to be held June 19-23, 2017, at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) at the University of Tennessee–Knoxville.
Providing students with broad high-level training in mathematical biology, the program includes lectures on techniques and modeling using specific data sets, computer activities focusing on learning techniques, and feedback sessions on participants’ research problems. Some techniques to be covered include maximum likelihood and Bayesian approaches to inference, parameter estimation, model identifiability, uncertainty and sensitivity analysis
Researchers from the mathematical and biological sciences will be featured speakers, including Ben Bolker (McMaster University); Ariel Cintron-Arias (East Tennessee State University); Marisa Eisenberg (School of Public Health, University of Michigan); Nina Fefferman (University of Tennessee, Knoxville); Simeone Marino (University of Michigan Medical School); and Joseph Tien (The Ohio State University).
Co-sponsors: NIMBioS, the Mathematical Biosciences Institute (MBI, Ohio State), and the Centre for Applied Mathematics in Bioscience and Medicine (CAMBAM)
Application Deadline: Applications for acceptance to the school received before February 3, 2017 will receive full consideration.
The registration fee of \)300, which includes on-campus housing and meals, is due upon acceptance. Participants are responsible for their own travel to Knoxville. A very limited amount of travel support is available for those demonstrating need.
For more information and the online application, go to http://www.nimbios.org/education/grad2017
I am writing to encourage you to have your students apply to the graduate program in Mathematical, Computational and Systems Biology (MCSB) at UC Irvine. We are looking for excellent students, with a variety of different backgrounds, who wish to work at the interface between the biological sciences, the physical sciences, computer sciences and engineering. The graduate program in Mathematical,
Computational and Systems Biology (MCSB) is designed to meet the interdisciplinary training challenges of modern biology and to function in concert with existing departmental programs (Departmental Option) or as an individually tailored program (Interdisciplinary Option) leading to a M.S. or Ph.D. degree. The interdisciplinary degree option is new. The degree program provides students with both opportunity for rigorous training towards research careers in areas related to systems biology and flexibility through individualized faculty counseling on curricular needs, and access to a diverse group of affiliated faculty and research projects from member departments. Current member departments include Biomedical Engineering, Biological Chemistry, Computer Science, Developmental and Cell Biology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Mathematics, Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, Chemistry, and Physics. The program emphasizes in-depth classroom study, interdisciplinary research rotations, and individualized advising. The program is administered by the Center for Complex Biological Systems, a National Institutes of Health National Center of Excellence in Systems Biology. More information about the program, including how to apply, is available at http://www.mcsb.uci.edu.
A great resource from Utah to see what people do with a biomath (graduate) program, including descriptions of jobs, etc:
here is info on the program:
The National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) is now taking applications for its eight-week long Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates and Teachers (SRE). The program will be held June 6 - July 29, 2016, on the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, campus. Undergraduate majors in biology, math, and related fields, as well as high school teachers in biology and mathematics, will live on campus and work in teams with UT professors, NIMBioS researchers, and collaborators to conduct research. This year's research topics include human emotion modeling, spread of mice and hantavirus, molecular dynamics simulations, organelle movements in plant cells, and development of computer games for teaching biology. Stipend and housing are provided along with some funding for travel.
Application Deadline: February 12, 2016
For more information and how to apply, go to http://nimbios.org/sre/sre2016
For more information about NIMBioS, go to http://www.nimbios.org or contact Kelly Sturner, NIMBioS Education and Outreach Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Suzanne Lenhart, NIMBioS Associate Director of Education and Outreach, email@example.com
The National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) is now taking applications for its eight-week long Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates and Teachers (SRE). The program takes place June 8 - July 31, 2015, on the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, campus. Undergraduate majors in biology, math, and related fields, as well as high school teachers in biology and mathematics, will live on campus and work in teams with UT professors, NIMBioS researchers, and collaborators to conduct research. This year's research topics include canine distemper modeling, host-pathogen interactions, invasive species and global shipping, fluid pressure in the kidney, tuberculosis in mice, and more. Stipend and housing are provided along with some funding for travel.
Application Deadline: February 13, 2015
For more information and how to apply, go to http://nimbios.org/sre/sre2015
For more information about NIMBioS, go to http://www.nimbios.org or
contact Kelly Sturner, NIMBioS Education and Outreach Coordinator, at
firstname.lastname@example.org or Suzanne Lenhart, NIMBioS Associate Director of
Education and Outreach, email@example.com
ISU Math REU
Mathematics Research Experiences for Undergraduates at Iowa State University
The Cancer Biology Graduate Program in the Department of Oncology, Wayne State University
This intensive eight-week summer research experience for undergraduates in Tempe, Arizona prepares promising young scientists interested in working at the interface of mathematics, statistics and the natural and social sciences for the rigors of graduate studies. MTBI is a research experience for undergraduates (REU); it is not an internship, nor will students earn college credit for participation.
MTBI Summer Research Program: June 3rd - July 25th, 2015
Harvard Biostats & Comp Bio Summer Programs
The Department of Biostatistics has exciting summer opportunities for undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students. We are seeking students who love math, are curious about public health, and want to make a difference. Check out theSummer Program in Biostatistics and Computational Biology and the Post Baccalaureate Internship!
Application Deadline: February 1st
The Department of Molecular & Integrative Physiology at the University of Michigan is pleased to offer summer fellowship programs to support undergraduate students that are interested in research in physiology and/or biomedical sciences. Any student who is currently enrolled at any degree-granting University or College is invited to apply, with preference given to those students interested in a career in research.
The department offers three programs:
1) Students from quantitative science majors (e.g. engineering, math, computer science) will join our Short Term Educational Program (STEP) towards Digestive and Metabolic Physiology: https://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/step/home
2) Biological science students will join our traditional Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF): https://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/surf/home
3) Underrepresented groups and those from economically disadvantaged backgrounds will join out Summer Undergraduate Research In Physiology (SURP) program: https://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/surp/home
Each student will be matched, based on his or her interests, to a laboratory that is led by a faculty member of the Department of Molecular & Integrative Physiology or of the University of Michigan Medical School. The selected laboratories are involved in nationally recognized research, in topics such as hormones and signal transduction, obesity and diabetes, reproduction and circadian rhythms including sleep, gastrointestinal physiology including digestive diseases, and many aspects of cardiovascular disease.
There will be a lecture series, a research forum at the end of the summer in which fellows will present their work, and opportunities to attend research seminars throughout the summer.
Further details and application materials are available from the fellowship website:http://medicine.umich.edu/dept/molecular-integrative-physiology/education/undergraduate-opportunities
The deadline for applications is February 15, 2015.
Please help us advertise this opportunity and encourage undergraduate students at your institution to apply.