Summer Internships in Plant Genomics

10 week paid summer internships are available for visiting undergraduate students, secondary science teachers, and faculty at primarily undergraduate-serving institutions. The goal of the program is to provide mentored research experiences in plant genomics and build relationships in the greater scientific community for visiting participants and the whole project team.

Major funding for the program is provided by the National Science Foundation. In addition, participating laboratories, departments, and large projects like the study of the biochemistry and developmental biology of tomato glandular trichomes also help to support participants.

Interested? If so, click on one of the following:

Undergraduate Students
Secondary Science Teachers
Undergraduate Faculty

Click here for information about participating laboratories.

Information about past programs:


2008 Summer Genomics Interns painted the MSU Rock2008 Plant Genomics Students Painted the Rock!




Plant Genomics @ MSU is a summer outreach program funded by a National Science Foundation
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