Graduate Student Position Available

The Center for Cell Analysis and Modeling (CCAM) offers a new, inter-disciplinary predoctoral training program in Cell Analysis and Modeling (formerly known as Quantitative Cell Biology). The Cell Analysis and Modeling program specifically targets students with backgrounds in mathematical or physical sciences as well as conventional biology backgrounds, providing a rigorous cross-disciplinary training in analytical, physical and experimental quantitative cell biology. The program includes Ph.D. students in the Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. program at the University of Connecticut Health Center. Faculty associated with the program engage in a broad spectrum of research in mathematical and theoretical biology, biophotonics, computation and informatics, and molecular cell biology.

Please check the CCAM site for more details, or contact Dr. Michael Blinov.

See our CAM Graduate Program Flyer

Summer Undergraduate Research Position Available

UConn Health invites applications for a limited number of summer research internships from highly qualified and motivated undergraduate students who have completed at least their sophomore year by the start of the program and have an interest in obtaining a Ph.D. in the biological and biomedical sciences. Students will have the opportunity to participate in research activities of my laboratory. The purpose of the program is to provide a research experience and the opportunity to learn about ongoing research programs at UConn Health.

Applicants must be U.S. citizens/permanent residents or international students who have an F-1 student visa and are currently undergraduates studying in a college or university in the United States (as long as they obtain curricular practical training from their current U.S. college or university). International students on any other visa type are not eligible for the program.

The application form may be submitted electronically to BiomedSciAdmissions@uchc.edu