SURE 2013: apply by Feb. 3, 2014, see SURE website.

Emory STEM Symposium: apply by Jan. 7, 2014 see Emory STEM website.

Friday, February 8, 2013

Endometriosis Research -- Atlanta-area students

The Atlanta Center for Translational Research in Endometriosis (ACTRE) welcomes applications for its two-year appointments for undergraduate researchers. Eligibility is limited to underrepresented groups, and is open to students attending Atlanta-area institutions due to proximity issues (the program requires 10 hours/week of research during the academic year). Campus housing is available during the summer program portion.

Additional details:

  • 2-year mentored research experience
  • Commitment of 40 hours/wk for 10 weeks each summer & 10 hours/wk during the academic year to a research project
  • Receive training in translational research principles and reproductive science topics, laboratory techniques
  • Participate in program seminars, laboratory meetings, journal clubs, safety training, workshops, and discussion groups
  • Create a professional development plan
  • Shadow specialists in Gynecologic Surgery and Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility who care for women with endometriosis
  • Present findings at regional and/or national venues
For more information, visit