Undergraduate Industry and Clinical Internship Opportunities

Submit Your Research Project or Internship

Calling all Mason Bioengineering Alliance members to submit a research project or an internship that undergraduate students can be a part of.

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All bioengineering undergraduate students have the opportunity to work with the Mason Bioengineering Alliance members.

Summer Internship Program - NIH

Summer Internship Program (SIP) in Biomedical Research – the annual deadline is March 1st, 2021. This is an umbrella program for other internship programs at NIH:

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship - NIST

The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) is designed to inspire undergraduate students to pursue careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) through a unique research experience that supports the NIST mission.  

Applications will close when they have received 350 applications.

Application Deadline: February 14th

Location: All Virtual

Internship Duration: May 24th, 2021 – August 6th, 2021

Eligibility: US citizens and US lawful residents

Salary: $6000

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Grants and Fellowships - AAPM

Learn about a career in medical physics: Diagnostic Imaging, X-Ray, MRI, Ultrasound, CT, Nuclear medicine, Proton Therapy, Gamma Knife, and radiation seed implant therapy. Some of the annually held programs include:

  • 2021 Summer Undergraduate Fellowship Program: Application deadline February 3rd, 2021
  • DREAM – Diversity Recruitment through Education and Mentoring Program: Application deadline February 3rd, 2021

The Application deadline is February 3rd, 2021.

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Available Internships

Rémi Veneziano, an assistant professor in the Department of Bioengineering, is using DNA nanotechnology to lay the foundation for developing vaccines that could block infection from deadly viruses.

Rémi Veneziano, an assistant professor in the Department of Bioengineering, is using DNA nanotechnology to lay the foundation for developing vaccines that could block infection from deadly viruses.