Photo of three researchers in the Duval lab
Researchers work in Christine Duval's lab.

Deadline approaching for ENGAGE summer research training program applications

Completed applications for the National Center for Regenerative Medicine’s ENGAGE summer research program must be received by midnight EDT March 27.

The program supports undergraduate, master’s or medical students interested in stem cell and regenerative medicine research. Students are provided opportunities for scientific growth by working with renowned scientific investigators. 

Each award will provide $4,000 as a trainee summer stipend and additional $500 will be given to the hosting laboratory for research materials and supplies. Mentors are expected to match this award with a commitment of at least $500 for research supplies and materials for the trainee summer project as well. 

Funded projects are expected to last for eight weeks of full-time research in a member laboratory.

View application information and eligibility details.