Patricia Rodriguez Rodriguez from the Univ Puerto Rico, Ponce, is spending the next 9 weeks in Jean Cook’s lab for a full-time summer research experience. Her bench mentor is Dalia Fleifel, a rising fourth year PhD candidate.
The Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE-REU) Program in Biological Mechanisms at UNC-Chapel Hill provides talented undergraduate students the opportunity to carry out independent research projects under the guidance of faculty mentors to study a variety of approaches to mechanistic studies. For 10 weeks during the summer, undergraduate students are immersed in the SURE-REU (REU program) experience; they work side-by-side with graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty who serve as role models and as mentors. Continue reading: Summer Undergraduate Research Experience in Biological Mechanisms at UNC-Chapel Hill (SURE-REU)