2016 Summer Fellowship Applications Now Open

Deadline: February 1, 2016

Announcing our annual 10-week Interdisciplinary Genome Sciences Summer Fellowship Program for undergraduates!

This program is intended for current first- and second-year students, to enable further development of knowledge and research skills through faculty-mentored research projects. Join the more than 100 students who have spent their summers with us, many of whom have continued participating in research and have gone on to pursue further education and training in science and research.

2016 Program Dates: June 1 – August 5, 2016

Program Overview and Availability

Research opportunities in the GCB program include a wide range of topics in genomic and computational biology. For details, see faculty webpages at www.genome.duke.edu. The GCB Summer Fellowship Program is open to Duke students in the Classes of 2018 and 2019 who have successfully completed (or are currently enrolled in) at least one biological sciences course. The GCB program is designed for current first- and second-year students – even those with no prior research experience – to work with them as they develop a passion for research, engage in ongoing research projects and gain an appreciation for the value of open-ended, student-initiated research.

We especially encourage women and individuals from underrepresented minority groups to apply. Students will be selected for the program based on their academic record, application responses, and letters of recommendation.

Online Application

The 2016 Summer Fellowship Program application is now available 2016 Summer Scholars Application.  The GCB Summer Fellowship Program requires full-time participation, and students selected for the program will not be able to take summer session courses or engage in other employment during the 10-week program. Please return applications, letters of recommendation, and any questions to the Program Contact below.

Application Deadline

Applications are due by 5:00pm EST on Monday, February 1, 2016.

Stipend and Housing

Housing will be provided to students accepted into this program in Duke University residence facilities, most likely on Central Campus, for the duration of the program. In addition to housing, students will receive a stipend of $4,750.

Program Contact

Susanne Haga, PhD
Associate Professor of Medicine
Phone: (919) 684-0325
Email: susanne.haga@duke.edu