Each summer the Hurd lab welcomes outstanding high school and undergraduate students to get hands-on experience of what it is like to work in a multidisciplinary scientific lab that studies addiction. Students are matched to mentors and get to see first-hand how scientific questions are formulated, tested, and analyzed. In addition to working closely with graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, volunteers will also attend scientific seminars, present and discuss scientific literature, and propose an experiment of their own.
This internship is competitive, with several applications a year and limited space. Applications will be accepted from November 1st through March 1st. Notices of decision are normally provided by March 31st.
Please complete the following application and email Lisa Daitch (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your cover letter and your CV / resume with the subject heading “AIMs Summer Internship application for [Your Name]”.