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Undergraduate Programs

Summer Interdisciplinary Research Initiative (SIRI)

The SIRI program funds an undergraduate student for one summer of full-time lab mentorship as well as research supplies. Students apply to available research positions in the Fall semester via CURiOuS (Connecting Undergraduates to Research Opportunities in the Sciences).

American Heart Association’s Summer Research Experience

Providing undergraduate students with an opportunity to look into the next generation of cardiovascular science and medicine via interdisciplinary experiences in both Regenerative Medicine and Biomedical Microdevices.

Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Training in Comparative Biomedical Research (U-TEAM)

NIH-funded T34 fellowship provides funding for underrepresented juniors and seniors as well as a stipend, travel allowance, team mentoring, and professional development training.

Beckman Scholars Program (BSP)

Beckman Scholars in the Chemistry of Life receive funding for 15 months of mentored research. Students in chemistry, biological sciences, or an interdisciplinary combination of the two, are paired with a faculty mentor for one academic year and two summers.

Teamwork in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Undergraduate Opportunities

The Teamwork in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research (TIBR) minor and courses provide the foundation for students both in the U-TEAM program and any who are interested in mentoring and training in team science.