The Summer Research Program in Genomics (SRPG)
The Summer Research Program in Genomics, funded by the National Human Genome Research Institute, is designed for underrepresented minority undergraduate students with a commitment to research and an interest in genomics. Students spend the summer performing original computational or experimental-based research in laboratories across the Broad Institute’s research areas, from cancer to infectious disease to bioinformatics.
The program features a rich curriculum outside the lab that emphasizes career and leadership development. This includes an intensive, weekly scientific communication course, seminars by leading scientists in biomedicine, and workshops that help prepare students for graduate school admissions. At the program’s conclusion, students deliver oral and poster presentations of their research projects.
Features of the program:
- nine-week paid internship ($4,250 for the summer)
- paid housing and travel expenses
- travel sponsorship to participate in a national conference
- original research guided by hands-on mentors
- academic and career development seminars
- emphasis on scientific communication
team-building and social events in dynamic, historic Boston area
- must be enrolled in a four-year college for Fall 2014
- must major in physical, biological or computer sciences, engineering, or mathematics
- must have a minimum 3.0 GPA
must be a US citizen or permanent resident, and an underrepresented minority
The application deadline for our SRPG 2014 cohort has now passed.
If you wish to receive a notification of the 2015 application availability, please complete the SRPG Inquiry Form and we will add you to our mailing list.
Please visit our FAQ to learn more about the parts of our application and what you can do now to prepare.For more information, contact:
Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
415 Main Street (formerly 7 Cambridge Center)
Cambridge, MA 02142