The Institute for NanoBioTechnology at Johns Hopkins University offers undergraduate students a chance to participate in research projects in the rapidly growing area of nanobiotechnology, a place where biology, medicine, and engineering meet. Students engage in cutting-edge projects in the fields of engineered cancer therapies, stem cells and regenerative engineering, and diagnostic tool development.
The program includes:
- Ten weeks of research in a graduate-level lab with faculty and graduate student mentoring
- Scientific and professional development seminars, social activities, networking, and journal club
- Oral and poster presentation of research and symposium participation
The program’s stipend, paid housing, and travel allowance allow students to concentrate on research and other professional development skills.
Eligible participants fall under the following criteria:
- U.S. citizens and permanent residents (This criterion is required by NSF).
- Undergraduate students who have completed at least their freshman year and will not be graduating before the start of the program.
- GPA of 3.5 or better.
- Non-Johns Hopkins University students.
The summer 2019 application cycle opens November 10, 2018 and closes February 1, 2019.
Want to jump start your search for the right research program? Check out this listing of programs that have recently reached out to CBC students.