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The Underrepresented Student Internship Program provides the opportunity
for undergraduate students to receive mentorship and training from NIH
Human Biomolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP) labs over the summer.
Apply for an immersive research experience at one of the HuBMAP labs
working at the cutting edge of single cell biology on experimental or
computational projects and gain valuable research experience. This
program is ideal for students in STEM fields, especially those
interested in biology, data science, and medicine.
Learn valuable new skills across the scientific research spectrum and
gain experience in an educational lab environment. During the
internship program, students will conduct cutting-edge research, greatly
expanding their knowledge of biology and data analysis. Students will
develop a variety of skills throughout the summer, preparing them for
future research endeavors. These include:
especially for those students that pursue a computational internship
experience Working with lab techniques and technologies, such as sample
preparation, pipetting, and analysis - especially for those students
that pursue an experimental lab experience Developing knowledge of spatial transcriptomics, 3D imaging, visualization, and data analysis Learning skills that are applicable to all sciences and even other
fields, such as reading publications, giving scientific presentations,
resume writing, and conducting journal reviews
For more information, check out the HuBMAP website