Cell and Molecular Biology

The MU Life Sciences Fellows Program is actively seeking to diversify its graduate program application pool. As part of this effort, we are offering four summer research positions for undergraduates in 2016. Preference will be given to students interested in applying to PhD programs in the life sciences at the University of Missouri-Columbia after completion of their undergraduate degree.  Further information can be found here. The application can be found here.

Applicants are expected to have completed at least one year of full-time college enrollment prior to June, be pursuing a major in biology, biochemistry, microbiology or related fields, and be a citizen or permanent resident of the U.S.
Students live in on-campus, air-conditioned housing (double rooms), and receive a meal plan, covered by the program.  Summer interns also are provided with one hour of academic/research credit, travel to and from Columbia, and a stipend of $3,800.

Additional questions may be directed to Michael Cohen at the Office of Undergraduate Research, or Dr. Mark Hannink of the Department of Biochemistry.