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Research Training & Fellowships

Biotechnology Summer Undergraduate Research Experience

This program provides a funded summer research opportunity for undergraduate students from NC State and nationwide.

NC State Students

NC State Students: Students will engage in research under the direct mentorship of the Biotechnology Program (BIT) faculty and instructors. Applications are due in February.

NSF BIT SURE REU (Non-NC State Students, 2018-2021)

NSF REU (Non-NC State Students): Participate in a National Science Foundation-funded Research Experience for Undergraduates hosted by the NC State Biotechnology Program. Students will work directly with faculty and researchers in the biotechnology industry on research projects that span the life sciences (forensics, pest management, neuroscience, microbiology, toxicology, and more). Participants will have the opportunity to work with a faculty mentor for ten weeks. This program provides a stipend.

MBTP: Molecular Biotechnology Training Program for Graduate Students

The MBTP is a multi-disciplinary predoctoral research training program available to Ph.D. students enrolled in relevant doctoral research programs across NC State and designed to foster training in biotechnology fields for future academic, government, and industrial researchers.  Any doctoral student with an interest in molecular biotechnology can participate in this program. Funding may be available for some eligible students.