The 2014 Summer Scholars application will open July 1, 2013.
Please contact Stephanie Corbitt with any questions regarding the application process.
Important Applicant Information
The Summer Scholars Program is aimed at providing research opportunities in all aspects of Biological or Biomedical Research to undergraduates may be considering applying to graduate (PhD) programs. The following groups of applicants are encouraged to apply for this program:
- Students interested in the PhD (students intending to apply to medical school should contact the Strong Childrens' Research Center summer program).
- Matriculated sophmores and juniors that are US citizens, permanent resident aliens or foreign students with visas from their host institutions.
- Students from groups that are under-represented in the biological sciences. These groups include students with disabilities, students from certain racial/ethnic groups (see below), first-generation college students and individuals from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds.
NIH recognizes racial/ethnic groups that are significantly underrepresented at advanced levels of science and engineering in the U.S. to be as follows: Native Americans (including American Indians and Alaskan Natives), African-Americans, Hispanics, and Native Pacific Islanders.
- Students with a potential interest in attending graduate school at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry.
2013 Summer Program Dates
May 28 - August 2 (10 weeks)
All application material for Summer 2013 must be received by March 1. Early applications are encouraged, since applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.