Computational Biology and Medicine (CBAM)
Research Mentorship Program
The Computational Biology and Medicine (CBAM) Research Mentorship Program is an 11-week mentorship program in which students work on a computational research project in the area of biomedicine under the direct mentorship of a faculty member. Students receive a $4,400 stipend to support them throughout the program.
In addition to working on the research project, students will attend multiple workshops throughout the internship to learn practical skills important in computational research (e.g. data visualization). Students will also gain mentorship regarding graduate school applications as well as career paths in academia vs. industry. One key goal of the CBAM program is to engage students from backgrounds historically underrepresented in computational fields in order to foster their transitions through their trajectories in computational research.