Beginning summer of 2007, INBT will offer Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships to qualified undergraduate applicants pursuing research at the interface of engineering, science, and biology.
INBT will fund undergraduate students who develop and use advanced nano-materials and nano-structures and techniques of nano-fabrication to solve important problems in biology, health and the environment, and medicine. Each candidate must have at least one full-time, INBT-affiliated faculty sponsor from one of the following schools: the Krieger School of Arts and Science, the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, or the Whiting School of Engineering.
Students chosen as fellowship recipients will receive $3,500 for 10 weeks of full time research (June 11-August 17, 2007). Recipients will have the option of conducting their research for academic credit.Â 10 fellowships will be awarded each year.
To apply for a 2007 INBT Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship, interested undergraduate students should submit a one-page proposal highlighting the engineering/physics and the biological aspects of their research project and a letter of recommendation from his/her faculty sponsor(s).
Application Deadline: March 9, 2007
Please bring or send applications to:
Ashanti Edwards, Educational Program Coordinator
Institute for NanoBioTechnology
214 Maryland Hall
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218