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ARCHIVED - Administrative Supplements Providing Summer Research Experiences for Students and Science Educators

Contacts for Administrative Supplements Providing Summer Research
Experiences for Students and Science Educators


Supported by the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA)

NIH is providing the opportunity for institutions to post information about their summer educational programs that are supported by supplements to NIH grants on this site. Information is being submitted directly from the grantee institutions. NIH is not responsible for the accuracy or comprehensiveness of this list.

Send an email to SummerResearch@mail.nih.gov to request the URL to add your Institutional Contacts to the list below.

 
Institution - City/State Contacts Links Additional Information
Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island


Added/Updated:
04/11/2009 at 02:19:04 PM
Institution Contact:
Name: Marjorie Thompson, Assoc Dean, Office of Biology Undergraduate Affairs
Phone: 401-863-3814
Email: Marjorie_Thompson@Brown.edu

Public Information Officer:
Name:
Phone:
Email:
Link 1 Additional Information:
Butler University
Indianapolis, Indiana


Added/Updated:
04/07/2009 at 09:51:04 AM
Institution Contact:
Name: Robert Holm
Phone:
Email: rholm@butler.edu

Public Information Officer:
Name:
Phone:
Email:

Additional Information:
Fairfield University
Fairfield, Connecticut


Added/Updated:
04/01/2009 at 02:07:08 PM
Institution Contact:
Name: Susan LaFrance
Phone: 203-254-4000
Email: slafrance@fairfield.edu

Public Information Officer:
Name: Rama Sudhakar
Phone: 203-254-4000
Email: rsudhakar@fairfield.edu

Additional Information:
Johns Hopkins University - School of Medicine
Baltimore, Maryland


Added/Updated:
05/21/2009 at 01:52:34 PM
Institution Contact:
Name: Nitish Thakor
Phone:
Email: nthakor@jhu.edu

Public Information Officer:
Name:
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Email:
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Additional Information: Neuroengineering and Biomedical Instrumentation Lab:

The mission and interest of our laboratory is to develop novel instrumentation and technologies to study the brain at several levels - from single cell to the whole brain - with the goal of translating the work into practical research and clinical applications.

Our personnel include diverse, independent-minded and entrepreneurial group of students, post docs, and research faculty who base their research on modern microfabrication, stem cell biology, electrophysiology, signal processing, image processing and integrated circuit design technologies.

Our collaborations span clinical research laboratories to entrepreneurial startups interested in bench-to-bedside translation. For exploring research collaborations, internship opportunities and common educational interests, contact Professor Nitish Thakor or the laboratory personnel.

Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary
Boston, Massachusetts


Added/Updated:
05/06/2009 at 01:17:52 PM
Institution Contact:
Name: Research & Academic Affairs
Phone: 617-573-3499
Email: katherine_chase@meei.harvard.edu

Public Information Officer:
Name:
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Link 1 Additional Information: Vision researchers at Mass. Eye and Ear have formed interdisciplinary programs for investigations into topics of broad departmental interest. The goals of these programs are to provide investigators with special resources and collaborative opportunities. The Otolaryngology Department at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary is home to 45 Investigators, studying normal function and mechanisms of disease in the ear, nose, throat, head and neck. The combined clinical and basic science faculties of the ENT department serve as teachers and mentors in a number of training programs.
Metropolitan State College of Denver
Denver, Colorado


Added/Updated:
03/30/2009 at 05:35:21 PM
Institution Contact:
Name: Gwendolyn Mami
Phone: 303-352-7004
Email: gmami@mscd.edu

Public Information Officer:
Name: Cathy Lucas
Phone: 303-556-5122
Email: lucascat@mscd.edu
Link 1 Additional Information: Proposed Activities:

Development of summer seminar for community college students regarding internships

Supplemantal Summer Instruction

Faculty Development Workshops - Sciences

Post Grad Mentoring

Norfolk State University
Norfolk, Virginia


Added/Updated:
04/01/2009 at 01:35:58 PM
Institution Contact:
Name: Paula RD Shaw
Phone: 757-823-9053
Email: pshaw@nsu.edu

Public Information Officer:
Name: Sharon Hoggard
Phone: 757-823-8374
Email: srhoggard@nsu.edu

Additional Information:
Penn State College of Medicine & Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Hershey, Pennsylvania


Added/Updated:
04/01/2009 at 02:25:09 PM
Institution Contact:
Name: Catherine A. Caruso, M.Ed.
Phone:
Email: ccaruso@psu.edu

Public Information Officer:
Name: Academic Placements Office
Phone:
Email: ccaruso@psu.edu
Link 1
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Additional Information: Summer Undergraduate Research Internship Program Primary Care Scholars Week Academic Placements Office
Powerscope Inc.
Minneapolis, Minnesota


Added/Updated:
04/08/2009 at 01:37:06 PM
Institution Contact:
Name: Amir Naqwi
Phone: 612-331-4247
Email: anaqwi@powerscopetech.com

Public Information Officer:
Name:
Phone:
Email: info@powerscopetech.com
Link 1 Additional Information: Please visit Powerscope's website www.powerscopetech.com for information about the ongoing NIH-funded projects.
The School of Theoretical Modeling
Chevy Chase, Maryland


Added/Updated:
04/10/2009 at 01:24:56 PM
Institution Contact:
Name:
Phone: 2403812383
Email: info@schtm.org

Public Information Officer:
Name:
Phone:
Email: info@schtm.org
Link 1 Additional Information: The School of Theoretical Modeling is an organization of research and education. The School of Theoretical Modeling teaches graduate and undergraduate semester and summer courses. Courses are also available for Science and Math education of High School and Middle School students.
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, California


Added/Updated:
04/01/2009 at 05:37:01 PM
Institution Contact:
Name: David Fairris
Phone: 951-827-7750
Email: david.fairris@ucr.edu

Public Information Officer:
Name: Marcia McQuern
Phone: 951-827-2646
Email: marcia.mcQuern@ucr.edu

Additional Information: Information about programs for Teachers can be obtained from Linda Scott Hendrick 951-827-5722. email Linda.Scott@ucr.edu
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware


Added/Updated:
04/08/2009 at 03:10:45 PM
Institution Contact:
Name: Lynnette Young Overby
Phone: 302-831-7064
Email: overbyl@udel.edu

Public Information Officer:
Name: Undergraduate Research Program
Phone: 302-831-8995
Email: mnull@udel.edu
Link 1 Additional Information: As an Undergraduate Researcher at the University of Delaware, students have the opportunity to make new and exciting contributions to the scholarly community. Undergraduate Researchers are typically sophomores, juniors, and seniors - with a few first-year students as well. Numerous faculty members are available to help guide students doing research in a variety of disciplines, and students can also prepare to do research on their own. Students and faculty are supported by a 10 week Summer Scholars Program.
University of Houston
Houston, Texas


Added/Updated:
04/02/2009 at 12:32:15 PM
Institution Contact:
Name: Maria Tejada-Simon
Phone:
Email: mvtejada@mail.uh.edu

Public Information Officer:
Name:
Phone:
Email: discovery@uh.edu
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Additional Information: Research directed to unravelling the causes for cognitive impairment, the signaling mechanisms involved and possible therapies to improve the quality of life of these patients. We use a combination of pharmacological, biochemical, electrophysiological and behavioral studies, coupled with the use of genetically altered mice.

Our research is mainly focused on providing important information regarding the signaling mechanisms that underlie diseases involving memory impairment, such as Down syndrome, non-syndromic X-linked mental retardation (MRX), Fragile X mental retardation, Alzheimer’s disease, William’s syndrome, Angelman syndrome (AS), forebrain ischemia, and schizophrenia.




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