PhD Program in Immunology

Harvard University

  • $0

  • June 6 2016

  • New dates coming soon

  • College junior - College senior

  • Stipend

Description

PhD Program in Immunology The Immunology Graduate Program at Harvard Medical School is pleased to announce our 2016 Summer Undergraduate Research Program, which will run from June 6 - August 11, 2016. Our 10 week summer internship program incorporates laboratory research, faculty lectures, and workshops led by current graduate students. Summer students will be provided a stipend. Students will be matched with a Harvard Immunology Graduate Program faculty member to participate in the ongoing research of the laboratory. At the end of the summer, students will present their research at a poster session for their peers and the students and faculty of the Immunology Graduate Program. The faculty Director of the Immunology summer program is Dr. Stephanie Dougan. Weekly lectures by various program faculty will expose students to the areas of current research in immunology, emphasizing the contribution of the immune system to both the cause and treatment of many human diseases. Current PhD students in the Immunology Program serve as teaching assistants for the course. TAs will give lectures providing a basic immunology overview to assist students_Сй understanding of their summer research project and expose them to the diverse topics encompassed by immunology. TAs will also explain common immunological laboratory techniques. Finally, TAs will be available to answer questions about the PhD process _СР from applying to graduate school to life as a full-time student researcher. Students will be chosen based on undergraduate background, interest in studying life sciences at the graduate level, and letters of reference. Preference will be given to students in their sophomore or junior year. Students from colleges where immunology is not taught, where undergraduate research opportunities are not abundant, and from underrepresented minority groups are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants must be eligible for employment in the US, with at least one year of undergraduate study remaining. л_ Please note that the Program is unable to assist with travel, housing arrangements, or visas for students.

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Location

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Starts

June 6 2016

Financial AID

Stipend

Grade Levels

College junior / College senior

Last Updated on

June 27 2019

Opportunity Types


Important Dates

Start Date

June 6 2016

End Date

August 11 2016

Deadline Date

New dates coming soon


Session

No multiple sessions
Categories

Science, Health and Medicine

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