This 10-week program will take place between May 23 and July 29 and includes a $6,000 stipend, on-site housing, and a travel stipend.
Students will take part in an inclusive and immersive multi-disciplinary research experience to learn fundamental concepts of computational bioengineering. Mentors from the College of Engineering and the College of Medicine will provide each student with a research project on topics ranging from orthopedic and cardiovascular biomechanics, medical imaging, neuroscience, computational genomics, mechanobiology, and tissue engineering. The program also includes workshops, seminars, journal club, and other activities geared towards applying computational techniques to medical problems, communicating science, and professional development.
Apply by February 1