Our Institution offers outreach and research programs at several educational levels. The following provides a summary of our pipeline research programs for high school and undergraduate students, including the JUMPSTART and UGRAP programs, which are run by our Office of Diversity Affairs and are directed towards minority students. There are also significant research opportunities for comprehensive research training available to undergraduate students. The CURIOUS program particularly provides an intense research experience in a field of research that has been growing on our campus and now represents over half the NIH funding on campus, alongside a strong career development component that is unlike any other program currently offered. The Department of Microbiology and Immunology and the Center for Applied Immunology and Pathological Processes hosts the PHIIRE Fellowship, where fellows do hands-on biomedical research under the mentorship of nationally recognized  in infectious disease and immunology.

Student Research Programs

Educational Enrichment & Hands-On Training