Two exciting opportunities for summer undergraduate research:
Weill Cornell ACCESS Program
CBM’s continuing partnership
Computational Biology Summer Program (CBSP)
A new partnership between CBM & Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Office of Science Education & Training
CBM is pleased to offer two summer research internships for undergraduate students, the Weill Cornell ACCESS Program and the Computational Biology Summer Program (CBSP). To learn more about these opportunities, please see the descriptors below and links to additional information.
About the ACCESS Summer Research Program
The CBM Summer Research Internship for Underrepresented Students was established in 2009 to provide undergraduates the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a biomedical research laboratory. This program has expanded and is now joined with the Weill Cornell ACCESS Program (Advancing Cornell Career Experiences for Science Students), which is an initiative designed to offer students from underrepresented groups the opportunity for a summer research experience. Learn more about the internship timeline and applications process at the ACCESS program website.
Computational Biology Summer Program (CBSP) – NEW
CBM and the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Office of Science Education & Training have established a new ten-week Computational Biology Summer Program (CBSP). CBSP is designed to bring qualified undergraduate freshmen, sophomores, and juniors majoring in computer science, applied math and related fields to participate in a summer research experience at the interface of computer science and biomedicine. The selected interns will work in laboratories on the Weill Cornell/Sloan Kettering campuses. Learn additional information about the program and application procedures.
The deadline for receipt of applications for both ACCESS and CBSP summer internship opportunities is February 1, 2019.