Applications are now open!
Residential fees for the university-based Cancer/Neuro/Immuno/Develop+Aging workshops are $3280. There are a limited number of non-residential commuter spots available for $1980 (includes lunch and all activities). The summer Bioinformatics of Cancer workshop is $3080 (residential) and $1780 (commuter). The Biomedical Research workshop (commuter only) is $2680.
There is no application deadline, but students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible because suitable candidates are accepted on a rolling basis. One letter of recommendation is also required; a link to the recommendation form can be found at the bottom of the page.
There are two full scholarships (travel not included) available to students from lower-income households (income limits apply). Winners will be chosen based on the quality of a supplemental scientific essay that is due 3/15/18. Email us for details about the essay.
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If you are interested in attending the Medical and Translational Bioinformatics workshop during Christmas Break or Spring Break, please inquire.
The residential price includes:
- Room and board
- Transportation to/from the airport (with restrictions)
- Custom T shirt, lanyard and notebooks/pens
- Any field trips/recreational activities, as well as access to campus recreation facilities
Which workshops best fit your preferences and schedule? Being flexible increases your chances for acceptance, as does being available for workshops early in the summer.
Questions about the application process or the workshop should be directed to Dr. Ryan Holzer