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If you are interested in a career in biomedical research and are from an underrepresented population in the sciences, we encourage you to apply to the Initiative for Maximizing Student Development program. If accepted, we will support your progress toward your career goals through paid research experiences and other exciting programs.
The Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD) program at ASU is funded by the National Institutes of Health. We offer up to two years in the program with the second year contingent upon satisfactory performance measured by GPA, progress toward your degree and mentor feedback.
The program is open to both undergraduate and graduate students.
We are seeking strong applicants for positions in the undergraduate portion of the IMSD program. We invite you to apply today!
The IMSD program supports undergraduate students who fall into three categories:
Note: We give preference to students who have a 3.0 GPA or higher, who are graduating no earlier than May 2015, and who are already engaged in undergraduate research at ASU.
If you are accepted into the IMSD program, you will receive:
You are required to take an online course in conducting responsible research, as well as participate in a one credit seminar both fall and spring semesters.
Both you and your prospective mentor must apply, and both applications are available at imsd.asu.edu. We will review applications until all positions have been filled. To submit your application, find the appropriate email address on the application form.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing your application!
Madhavi Chakravadhanula, IMSD Project Coordinator, (480) 965-7498
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