Undergraduate Student Research

Get involved in life sciences research.

Not only is it essential to your education — especially if you aspire to attend graduate or medical school — but it's fun! By working with mentors who are experts in their fields, you'll establish relationships and professional connections that may last a lifetime. 

Visit the Handshake platform to help you find research opportunities, job openings and internships. We frequently add research opportunities to Handshake, so check the website often.

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SOLUR Program

School of Life Sciences undergraduates can participate in real-world research beginning their freshman year. Four levels of research proficiency are offered. Sign up today and prepare for a career in the life sciences.

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LEAP student

LEAP Scholars Program

As a transfer student to ASU, you’ll have opportunities to conduct research and maximize your funding. Apply to the LEAP program to be considered for research scholarships.

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In the lab

Training in Neuroscience

This mentored research program is focused specifically on minority and underrepresented students in neuroscience. Apply to the WINURE program to learn about neuroscience and get involved in neuroscience-based research labs.

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Poster Symposium

Research Poster Symposium

All undergraduates conducting research in life sciences are invited to attend and present a research poster. This marquee event allows students to hone their communications and public speaking skills, as well as present their research to both fellow scientists and a public audience.

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