Join the Undergraduate Research Society to hear a principal investigator’s (PI) perspective on undergraduate research and get your questions answered. This event, titled “Research and Mentorship: A PI’s Perspective on Undergraduate Research,” will be held Wednesday, Aug. 5, from 11 a.m. to noon.
Jürgen Bosch, a CWRU research scientist and an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University, will discuss his path to becoming a researcher and his thoughts on mentorship in undergraduate research. Bosch’s research focuses on examining protein-protein interactions to improve testing for Plasmodium vivax Malaria.
Whether you are experienced or new to research, learn how to make the most of your research experience and how to identify a meaningful research opportunity.