University of Michigan Opportunities
UROP creates research partnerships in most academic disciplines between undergraduates and faculty researchers. Program features include: academic support services such as peer advising and career planning workshops; Annual Research Symposia and guest lectures; learning skills workshops, and access to the exclusive Summer Research Internship Database. A student can earn academic credits for participating in the program or opt for Work Study (if granted as part of the student's financial aid).
The Summer Biomedical Research Program
Office of Student Biomedical Research Programs
Brian Zink, M.D. - Director
Sue Duncan - Program Coordinator
The Office of Student Biomedical Research Programs facilitates student-faculty mentorships for students across the U of M campus who wish to do summer research projects in the research laboratories of the Medical School. Many of the research experiences are supported by the individual faculty advisor's own research or training grants. If the faculty research advisor does not have funds available for student research, the student may apply for a pre-medical student research fellowship. An informational meeting for all interested students is held in the Fall. Contact the Student Biomedical Research Programs office for more details.
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