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STEM Leads Research Opportunities

February 6th, 2020

Here is the Center for Career Development's weekly compilation of research events, opportunities, and positions, as advertised through Handshake. Click here for additional Career Development tools/resources. Feel free to contact the Center for Career Development if you have any questions regarding the opportunities listed below or contact the Office of Undergraduate Research if you have other questions about doing research.

RESEARCH POSITIONS

NEW! Computation and Neuroscience Research Assistant Opportunity at Yale University

Seeking recent grad who wishes to spend at least 1 year doing full time research before pursuing a career or graduate studies in computation and neuroscience related fields (Computer Science, Bioengineering, Neurobiology, MD/PhD, etc.). Click for details.

 

Harvard Business School Summer Program for Research in Markets & Organizations (PRIMO)

10-week summer program for undergrads inspired by and committed to excellence in management and business research. Includes housing, partial board plan, modest research support, and coverage of summer savings obligations for fin’l aid recipients. Due 12pm 2/11.

 

Georgetown University School of Medicine Summer Research (for current sophomores and juniors)

Join a cohort of fellows for the 2020 Dean for Medical Education's Academy for Research, Clinical, and Health Equity Scholarship (ARCHES) program. Includes stipend and housing, and possible travel assistance. Deadline to apply is February 26, 2020.

 

Summer Research at Stanford University’s Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine (SCGPM)

Contribute to cutting-edge projects in one of these research areas: Pervasive Computing in Healthcare, Large-scale Multi-omics Apps., Security & Privacy, Data Management, AI/ML in Biology and Healthcare, Performance Engineering. Apply by 12pm PST March 1, 2020.

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