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REU Sites

REU Sites: Biological Sciences

APPLICATIONS: Students must contact the individual site or program to apply. NSF does not have application materials and does not select student participants.

ELIGIBILITY: Individual sites may have additional eligibility requirements (e.g., number of undergraduate years completed). Undergraduate student participants supported with NSF funds must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions. High school graduates who have not yet enrolled, and students who have already received their bachelor's degrees, are not eligible.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Click on the Title of the Site in the "Site Information" column to go to the homepage (if available) for that Site. Sites are ordered alphabetically by host institution. All Sites provide stipends, housing and meals, in addition to travel to and from the Site. This listing will change as new REU Site awards are made. Sites are added or deleted as decisions are made on awards, and the list is updated periodically. Clicking on a highlighted site title should direct you to the web page for more information on that program. A link is also provided to allow you to view the geographic distribution of the programs (this link will take you to the Google Maps website). http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msa=0&msid=201385854811463249384.0004a7f203de1eb115e18&hl=en&ie=UTF8&ll=38.788345,-96.811523&spn=26.927165,74.311523&z=5

REU Alumni: Please note the following opportunities: (1) Graduate Research Fellowship (GRF: http://www.nsfgrfp.org); (2) Graduate student summer experience abroad: East Asia Pacific Summer Institute Program (EAPSI: http://nsfsi.org/); and (3) Travel funds to present your REU project (http://www.bioreu.org).

Please report errors in the list below by writing to reu.bio@nsf.gov.

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Site Information Site Location Contact Information Additional Information
New Orleans, Louisiana
Primary: Kathleen M. Morgan
504-520-5252
CUR@xula.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Chemistry, biology, physics
Abstract of Award
Cofunded: Biological Sciences, Education and Human Resources
Yale University
REU Site: Integrated Research at the Frontiers of the Biological, Physical, and Engineering Sciences
Departments of Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science, and Molecular Biophysics & Biochemistry
New Haven, Connecticut
Primary: Corey O'Hern
203-432-4258
corey.ohern@yale.edu
Secondary: Lynne Regan
203-432-9843
lynne.regan@yale.edu
Research Topics/Keywords: Biomaterials, biophysics, cell biology, computational modeling, molecular dynamics simulations, actin networks, protein interactions, amyloid, iGEM, cell motion, chromatin remodeling, photonic nanostr
Comments: Coordinator: Dorottya Blaho Noble; email: dorottya.noble@yale.edu ; Phone: 203-432-2751
Abstract of Award
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