Aspiring Scientists Summer Internship Program
The Aspiring Scientists Summer Internship Program (ASSIP) at George Mason University was developed by Dr. Lance Liotta, Dr. Emanuel Petricoin and Amy Adams in 2007. It is designed for high school and undergraduate students interested in exploring cutting edge science and medicine. This innovative program offers hands-on experience with state-of-the-art technologies in a university research laboratory, along with a unique opportunity to learn from high-profile scientists.
Students work alongside Mason researchers on real-world projects related to proteomic and genomic analyses of cancer and other diseases; and in Neuroscience, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biodefense, Computer Science, Bioinformatics, Nanotechnology, Physics and Environmental Science.
Additional Undergraduate Student Opportunities
Undergraduate students who are enthusiastic to perform scientific research in the field of proteomics and personalized medicine, can commit adequate time to engage in meaningful research, and demonstrate good communication skills should send a resume and detailed description of availability to Natasha Boddie at firstname.lastname@example.org