Research Opportunities for Cell and Molecular Biology

At Grand Valley State University, research, scholarship, and creative activity are essential components of the university’s mission as an institution of higher learning. All Cell and Molecular Biology majors are required to do at least 3 credits of research; with the option to do more. To get started on your research process, please talk with your advisor.

Research Approval Process

To register for research credits, you need to:

  • Fill out a short form in the CMB/BIO office (212 Henry Hall
  • The Graduate Program Diector will review for approval
  • Register for CMB 499 through Banner, once you receive approval from the Program Director
  • Fill out a form for the GVSU faculty member, if you are working with one, in order to fund supplies for research

Research Options

1. Here with a GVSU faculty member (from a variety of departments),

2. With a mentor at the Van Andel Research Institute or with MSU faculty housed at the Institute,

3. Elsewhere in the country (or world) through an established program (see the CMB website for suggestions), or

4. Via an internship situation you identify which is approved by GVSU.

 

Opportunities for Undergraduates

GVSU Student Summer Scholars

Van Andel Research Institute

National Science Foundation 

Perrigo Undergraduate Fellowship Program 

University of Nebraska Summer Research Program

Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine MSUCOM SUPER Program

Karmanos Cancer Institute Undergrad Summer Research Fellowship

The University of TX MD Anderson Caner Prevention Research Training Program

Loma Linda University School of Medicine Summer Research Programs

University of Maryland STAR (summer training and research) Program

Research Support

Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence

 

Page last modified March 14, 2014