Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Research Opportunities in Biology/Mathematics/Statistics
to David Stonko, 2010-11 UBM Scholar, who has been
selected as the UMBC Undergraduate Researcher of the Week, April 1, 2013.
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We are currently recruiting for students to begin
the program in Fall 2013. More
About the program:
The Department of Biological Sciences and the Department of Mathematics and Statistics announces the Undergraduate Mathematics Biology Training Program (firstname.lastname@example.org) supported by the National Science Foundation. At the core of this program is the belief that modern scientific problems demand multidisciplinary approaches, and that cross-disciplinary training will accelerate discovery and prepare students to be scientific leaders in the 21st century. Our innovative program will provide two years of research training for undergraduates working on projects at the interface of biology, mathematics and statistics.
For student candidates:
The goal of this
program is to prepare undergraduate students for graduate study
and careers in biomathematics, biostatistics and fields that
require a strong background in computational approaches to biological