2016 Summer Internship Program Details
Summer Student Research Awards are three-month paid summer internships designed to introduce undergraduate students to biomedical and occupational health research. To be eligible for an Institute-funded award, students must be Oregon residents or attend college in Oregon. Students at all undergraduate levels may apply.
The Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences provides unique research opportunities across a range of basic and applied research areas. Whether studying molecules, cells, organ systems, non-human organisms, or out gathering data in the community, student award winners will gain valuable experience conducting a specific project aligned with their host faculty member’s research program.
Student interns are required to present their findings in a scientific poster session in August. Top posters are recognized with awards. Families and friends are welcome to come see your work!
Have more questions? Visit the Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences' Students Research Awards Frequently Asked Questions page.
Application Period Now Closed
The deadline for the 2016 Student Award Applications has passed and the process of reviewing the applications has begun. We wish to thank all those who applied. For applicants in whom someone on our faculty expresses an interest, we will be contacting those candidates to set up appointments for interviews.
Please check back next year for the 2017 awards.
2016 Summer Intern Selections
Below are a few of the 2016 Summer Intern selections. This is an incomplete list. Please check back for more selections.
Yvonne Barsalou - Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR Lim Lab
Todd Carroll - University of Portland, Portland, OR Olson Lab
Kathleen Daly-Jensen - Whitman College, Walla Walla, WA Turker Lab
Julia Khoury - Oregon State University, Corvallis, WA Olson Lab
Eleanor Lagnion - Washington State University, Pullman, WA Wipfli Lab
Austen Suits - University of Washington, Seattle, WA Spencer Lab