This summer the Insigneo Institute for in silico Medicine will be offering up to 17 summer placements for University of Sheffield undergraduates to undertake a research project within the Institute.
The project will be for 8-11 weeks from June-August with some preliminary activities during the second half of the Spring semester (400 hours maximum including 20 hrs of preparatory and reporting meetings). A bursary will be paid.
Students will receive training on experimental and computational projects relating to in silico Medicine. The full application form and list of available projects is available here with an application deadline of 12:00pm 19th March.
This scheme will be of particular interest to undergraduates studying engineering, computational sciences, physical sciences, life sciences or medicine and dentistry.