The OHSU Biomedical Informatics Summer Undergraduate Research Program provides paid internship opportunities for students to work intensively with faculty on research projects for 10 weeks during the winter or spring. Due to the funding agency, this program is open to U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents only. The program's goals are to introduce students to research projects in Biomedical Informatics, facilitate interactions with Informatics faculty, and to increase awareness among undergraduates about this exciting field. Students will present their research projects at the end of the program in a mini symposium.
Under direct supervision, primarily performs basic research or lab activities similar to a Research Assistant 1 or Lab Aide. 5 positions are available.
Enrolled in, on vacation from, or is otherwise registered in High School, OR an Undergraduate Program (minimum 6 credit hours).
Enrolled in current undergraduate program with an expressed interest in Biomedical Informatics
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