All students who are interested in a research internship during the summer or school year should review research focus areas described on the Feinstein Institute web site and identify the investigator with whom you would like to work. Each investigator web page also gives contact information for the scientist who heads the lab.
Contact the scientist directly and apply to them for work in their lab, and provide any information about your interests as well as your research background. Students who are accepted will be contacted by Emilia Hristis in Feinstein administration in mid March to arrange all required paperwork. Please note that the number of positions are limited, and applications are highly competitive. Last year, less than 1/3 of all applicants were able to secure a position.
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