GENOMICS RESEARCH INITIATIVE

Esa Seegulam works with a couple of his students

With help from a Science Education Alliance grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, students will embark on a full academic year of foundational biological research. Future scientists are provided a unique opportunity to embrace the C-SC culture of collaborative and experiential coursework through this hands-on, research-intensive course series in the genomics of bacteriophages. The program offers students with no prior research experience an opportunity to conduct scientific experiments in a laboratory setting while also collaborating with, and contributing to, a national alliance that sources data from multiple laboratories across the United States and internationally.

 

FAST FACTS

IN THE TWO-SEMESTER COURSE, STUDENTS WILL:

HOW TO APPLY

Both biology majors and non-majors are eligible if they meet the criteria. Students interested in applying should submit an application. CLICK HERE to complete an online application.

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Dr. M. Esa Seegulam
Assistant Professor of Biology and Department Chair of Biological Chemistry
Phone: 573-288-6319
Email: mseegulam@culver.edu