Snyderman Scholars Applied Genomics & Precision Medicine Summer Program
Announcing our 10-week Applied Genomics & Precision Medicine Summer Program for undergraduates!
This program provides Duke undergraduate students an opportunity to participate in a faculty-mentored research project in applied genomics and precision medicine.
Program Overview and Availability
Research opportunities in applied genomics & precision medicine at Duke span a wide range of topics, including genomic and computational biology, data sciences, statistics, health sciences research, translational medicine, bioethics, business, and policy. The Snyderman Scholars in Applied Genomics & Precision Medicine Program is open to undergraduate Duke students in their second, third or fourth year.
Students must identify the mentor/laboratory they wish to work with for the summer, meet with the potential mentor and provide a description of their proposed project in the application. Mentors must be faculty members in any Duke school; preference will be given to CAGPM faculty. Students must also obtain a letter of support from the faculty mentor, confirming the mentor’s willingness to host the student for the summer. The proposed project must clearly focus on an area of applied genomics or precision medicine, such as
- -omics-driven biomarker discovery and insights into disease biology;
- -omics technology development and new analytical approaches;
- Analytic and translational approaches to diagnostics;
- Evidence-based approaches that use innovative tools and data science to customize disease prevention, detection and treatment and improve the effectiveness and quality of care; or
- Policy, health economics and bioethics.
Students will receive campus housing and a $4,800 stipend. We especially encourage women and individuals from underrepresented minority groups to apply. Students will be selected for the program based on their academic record, essay, and letters of support/recommendation.
Susanne Haga, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Medicine