2022 BIT Summer Undergraduate Research Experience with NC State Biotechnology
BIT SURE gives students the opportunity to work under one of our BIT instructors on a directed undergraduate research project. Students will learn new techniques and apply these methods to address a specific research project. This program gives students access to direct mentorship while developing independent research skills. Students interested in science careers behind the bench in academic, government, or industry labs are likely to benefit from this experience. Former students have published research in peer-reviewed journals. See a recent publication from a 2016 NC State graduate here!
The program is open to NC State undergraduate students. The program consists of paid, part-time remote/hybrid research under the guidance of one of the Biotechnology instructors. Students who participate in the program will be required to present their findings at the NC State Undergraduate Research Summer Symposium. Additional information can be found here. Please send questions to Dr. Stefanie Chen.
Application Deadline: Friday, February 4th, 2022.
BIT SURE Mentors 2022:
Click on the topics for descriptions of the research.
Dr. Stefanie Chen – DNA Repair / Directed Evolution
Dr. Jacob Dums – Viral Ecology/ Molecular Biology
Dr. Carlos C. Goller – Microbiology / High-throughput Discovery / Open Educational Research
Dr. Andrew O. Hasley – Genetics / Genomics / Bioinformatics
Dr. Sophie Noel – Developmental Biology / Assay Development
Dr. Carly Sjogren – Plant Genomics
Dr. Melissa Srougi – Cancer Biology / Chemotherapeutics