Full-time research opportunities await FAU undergraduate students this summer (May 14 – July 20, 2018). These are exciting and once-in-a-lifetime chances to perform research in sophisticated neuroscience and behavior-oriented labs while expanding your scientific expertise. Several labs, including those of Drs. Ken Dawson-Scully, Tanja Godenschwege, Kailiang Jia, Greg Macleod, Rod Murphey, Bob Stackman, Alex Keene, Randy Blakely, Lucia Carvelli, and Erik Duboué (among others) are seeking undergraduate students this summer to perform research focused on neuroscience and behavior.
The successful undergraduate candidates will work full-time in the lab and will attend weekly mentoring sessions with fellow program participants and coordinator Dr. Cathy Trivigno. Students often comp lete a thesis through the program. The program runs full-time during the summer, with the option of continuing research into the academic year. A summer stipend is included.
Sophomores and Juniorsare especially encouraged to apply. In order to submit your application: complete the attached application and forward it with your CV, personal statement and (unofficial) transcript to Dr. CathyTrivigno at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1, 2018.
FAU’s Life Science Initiative in Jupiter unites scientists in research and training programsin neuroscience
from the Charles E. Schmidt Colleges of Science and Medicine with the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College.