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University of Georgia Population Biology of Infectious Diseases Summer REU

The Population Biology of Infectious Diseases REU Site at the University of Georgia is a nine-week NSF-funded program which provides students from across the country with research experiences at the intersections of quantitative and experimental studies in infectious disease biology. The goal of this program is to catalyze a new generation of interdisciplinary infectious disease science by introducing life science students to computational and mathematical techniques and to provide students in mathematics, statistics, and computer science opportunities to collaborate with life scientists, to collect and analyze data, and to develop empirically-motivated research. Students may develop projects that emphasize experimentation, computational or mathematical modeling, or a synthesis project combining empirical research and modeling.

Details

  • Program Dates: Late May – Late July (9 weeks)
  • Students will be paid a stipend of $4950
  • Housing will be provided in University of Georgia dormitories at no additional cost
  • Travel assistance to UGA is available up to $400 per student
  • Application deadline: February 20, 2013 and the third Monday in February thereafter
  • Accepted students will be notified in mid-March
  • Applicants must be citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. or its territories and have not yet obtained an undergraduate degree.
  • Applications from students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities and/or majoring in biology, computer science, ecology, mathematics, and statistics are especially encouraged.

For more information, visit reu.ecology.uga.edu.

Posted 
January, 2018