Nov 16 BRI Internship Programs
The internship programs hosted by the Brigham Research Institute provides undergraduate students with a focused and challenging summer research experience in a cutting-edge science laboratory.
Interns will have the opportunity to obtain a research training experience in a laboratory or research setting at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
IMPORTANT DATES & DEADLINES:
Applications Close: February 6th, 2017
Decisions Announced: early March 2017
Program Dates for Internship: June 5, 2017 – August 11, 2017
- Applicants must be a US citizen or non-citizen national with a permanent residence visa.
- Applicants from any university are encouraged to apply, but interns must currently be enrolled in a four-year university in an undergraduate program.
- Previous research experience in a biological laboratory is desirable, but not required.
- A resume or curriculum vitae.
- A copy of your transcripts to date.
- A personal statement describing in <500 words:
- Your educational and professional goals.
- How participation in the IID Summer Internship Program will assist in meeting your goals.
- Your qualifications and reasons for wishing to participate in this program.
- Two letters of recommendation and the contact information of two references.
- The names of the top three researchers you would most like to work with.
HOW TO APPLY:
Prepare and submit the online application.
Request your supporting materials and confirm they are to be received by our office by February 6th, 2017:
- An official copy of your transcript from your current undergraduate institution (If you have been at your current institution less than one year, please submit a transcript from your prior institution.)
- eTranscripts may be submitted in the online application form or emailed to BWHBRI@partners.org
- Paper transcripts may be mailed to:
1620 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02120
- Two letters of recommendation (you must make these requests) must be sent by the letter writer to BWHBRI@partners.org or may be mailed to the address listed above.
To see a list of available host labs, please see the internship programs hosted by the individual Research Centers below:
Focusing on obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease, investigators from this center aim to translate research findings into facilitating and improving the diagnosis, prevention and treatments for patients with cardiovascular and metabolic disorders.
With programs in basic, translational and clinical research, the Infectious and Immunologic Diseases Research Center takes an integrated approach to both infectious and immune-mediated diseases to improve prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
Focusing on bones, joints, muscles and the disorders that affect them, researchers from this center are involved in innovative studies to identify disease risk factors, enhance imaging techniques toward optimizing early detection and monitoring of musculoskeletal diseases, and employing nanotechnology to develop novel therapies and improve existing treatments.
Pursuing breakthroughs in the treatment, prediction and prevention of brain disorders such as multiple sclerosis, tumors, stroke, epilepsy, psychiatric illnesses and Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases, research from this center has innovated and advanced treatments and therapies for diseases of the nervous system.