American Heart Association – Stanford Cardiovascular Institute Undergraduate Summer Research Program
This summer research program at Stanford is funded by the American Heart Association and the Stanford Cardiovascular Institute (CVI). The program is 10 weeks long and is designed to train students enrolled in a 4-year undergraduate program majoring in a scientific discipline in cardiovascular research in the laboratories of CVI-affiliated faculty members.
Each student will receive a stipend of $7,000. The program dates are flexible (based on each student's academic commitments and availability), with the requirement that the student's program duration must include working in the assigned Stanford labs between June and August. This will allow the CVI to plan events fostering student interactions, meeting with a panel of faculty mentors, and to make oral/poster presentations of their research on a designated day.
Women and underrepresented minorities are especially encouraged to apply.
Joseph Wu, MD, PhD
Left to right: Ridhima Mishra, Stanford University (Joseph Wu Lab) : Lily Cheng, University of Michigan—Ann Arbor (Nazish Sayed Lab) : Joy Udoh, Oberlin College (Daniel Bernstein Lab) : Kailey Totherow, Stanford University (Joseph Woo Lab) : Tyler Muser, Biola University (Mark Mercola Lab) : Jose Acosta-Julbe, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Natural Sciences College (Vinicio de Jesus Perez Lab) : Cali Loblundo, Villanova University (Joseph Wu Lab)