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Summer Undergraduate Research Experience in Biophysics

Location: University of Michigan
Agency: National Science Foundation
Due Date: February 11, 2019
Stipend: 5,000.00
Travel: 500.00
Description: The University of Michigan Biophysics Department Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates Program (REU) in Biophysics provides selected undergraduate students** from around the United States an opportunity to conduct ten weeks of summer research with some of the country's leading physicists in a range of experimental physics fields. The program is conducted in concert with the NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program and is supported by funds from the National Science Foundation. REU students have the opportunity to participate in a biophysics laboratory utilizing various techniques, such as x-ray crystallography and NMR. REU projects are available in many different biophysical areas. You may assume that every faculty member is interested in hosting an REU student. Active REU research areas in Biohysics at Michigan include: Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics Complex Biosystems Computational/Modeling Enzymology Membrane Biophysics Neurobiophysics Single Molecule Microscopy Spectroscopy

Contact Information
Contact: Sara Grosky
Phone: 734-763-6722
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