Undergraduate and Graduate Research Opportunities
Washington University offers a variety of research opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students, as well as a clinical informatics fellowship.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering currently offers a minor in bioinformatics. LEARN MORE
Pathways for undergraduate research opportunities within the Institute for Informatics (I2) are available:
- Students who wish to pursue research in basic life sciences may register for Bio 200/500. LEARN MORE
- Engineering students may be approved for an independent study through their department.
- Work study may be an option. Students will need to discuss it with their financial aid advisor.
- Students may pursue summer program opportunities, such as BioSURF, which are grant funded. LEARN MORE
- Students in Arts & Sciences may apply to receive credit for internships by filling out their INTERNSHIP AGREEMENT FORM. The CAREER CENTER provides additional resources for stipend awarding internship opportunities.
- Students are welcome to volunteer their time to gain informatics experience prior to applying to medical school.
If you are pursuing a PhD or MD/PhD in biomedical engineering or medicine at Washington University, you have the opportunity for faculty advisement in the field of informatics. LEARN MORE