The Biomedical Sciences Summer Research Program in the Departments of Biomedical Sciences, Physical Therapy, Clinical Laboratory Science and Speech Pathology and Audiology in the College of Health Sciences at Marquette University is a competitive summer program for rising sophomore, junior, and senior undergraduate students with interests in biomedical research.
Successful applicants to the program receive a $3,500 summer research stipend for participation in the 10-week, 40-hr per week program. As part of the program, students conduct biomedical research in the laboratories of participating faculty mentors and present their findings and a symposium upon completion. Applications for summer 2013 are due February 15, 2013. Interested in applying?
The program also includes a number of scientific, educational, and social activities, including a weekly faculty mentor seminar series and 2-day lecture and dissection mini-course sponsored by the Department of Biomedical Sciences at Marquette University entitled, "The Human Brain".
Funds are available for underrepresented students through the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Students conclude the program by presenting their research in the Annual Student Research Day. This year, the Student Research Day is scheduled for Friday, July 26th. All are welcome to attend and learn firsthand about the transformational experiences of our students and the impactful research going on in our College .
For more information about the Summer Research Program, please contact:
Department of Biomedical Sciences