The Graduate Studies Program at the Albany Medical College is offering three research programs for undergraduates interested in furthering their training in science, and in exploring career options in research. Programs are available during the summer in which students will have their own research project, be advised by a faculty mentor who will provide guidance and insight, and will be able to take advantage of a variety of Enrichment Activities designed to illuminate the profession of a researcher in the biomedical sciences. Stipends are available for these summer opportunities on a competitive basis.
Summer Research in MCP
• Mentored hands-on research opportunities in Inflammatory Disease and Signaling, Smooth Muscle and Endothelial Cell Biology, Cardiac Development and Regeneration, Cancer Biology, and Redox Biology
• Exposure to State-of-the-Art laboratories and experimental approaches.
• Weekly meetings with Scientists/Physicians, journal clubs, and seminars
• A Research symposium at the end of the summer with an opportunity to present your summer research project.