Applications are now being accepted for the summer of 2017 Research
Experience for Undergraduates in Population Ecology of Infectious Diseases,
hosted by the University of Georgia. We are excited about the program, which
strives to integrate experimental biological science with computational
methods and techniques to investigate a variety of areas in infectious
disease research. Our goal is to recruit both students with a background in
biology, with the intent of introducing them to computational techniques,
and also students with a background in mathematics and/or computer science,
in order to give them experience in data collection in a laboratory setting.
2017 Program details
Location: University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Dates: May 22-July 21, 2017 (9 weeks)
Students will receive a $4725 stipend for the summer, free housing at the
University of Georgia, and travel assistance to Athens, GA.
Who is eligible?
Applicants must be citizens or permanent residents of the U.S. or its
territories and have not yet obtained an undergraduate degree.
– Complete the online application at http://daphnia.ecology.uga.edu/reu/
– Send transcripts (unofficial is ok) to firstname.lastname@example.org
– Arrange for two letters of recommendation to be sent to
To be considered, all application materials should be received by February
20, 2017. Accepted students will be notified in early March.
For more information, please see our website at
(http://daphnia.ecology.uga.edu/reu/) or contact Dr. John Drake, program
director, at email@example.com