Chancellor's Education Pipeline
Biomedical Research Award
for NYS Community College Students
May 27 - August 1, 2014
An opportunity to spend 10 weeks at Stony Brook University in a laboratory learning lab techniques and performing mentored research with a Stony Brook faculty member.
Lab Techniques & Computer Skills that will be covered:
|Isolation of DNA||Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)|
|Inoculation of bacterial cultures||Restriction fragment length polymorphism|
|Mini preps from bacterial cultures||Gel electrophoresis (agarose and polyacrylamide)|
|Restriction enzyme digest||Protein expression & purification|
|Ligation of DNA||Western blotting|
|Bacterial transformation||PowerPoint presentations|
|Preparation of solutions||Pubmed literature searches|
Accepted students will spend two weeks in a laboratory techniques preparatory course and then perform faculty-mentored research.
Awardees will receive a $3500 stipend, on-campus housing for non-Long Island students, up to $500 toward travel expenses plus $1000 for supplies for the laboratory in which they do their research.
Applications include a one page essay of the student's interests and career goals, two letters of recommendation from faculty, and all transcripts. Applications must be postmarked by March 3rd.
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For additional information or questions, please call (631-632-9750) or e-mail (email@example.com)
Mail applications to:
Center for Science and Mathematics Education
092 Life Sciences Building
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11794-5233
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