There are always opportunities for undergraduate students to help and assist with our current projects.
Please contact us (Dr Alviña’s email –> email@example.com) to discuss opportunities available. I highly recommend doing research for credit if you can (this means you must register for the course BMS4905). In any case, please reach out and let’s talk!
If you are interested in a *paid* summer research opportunity in Neuroscience, our Department offers the Summer Neuroscience Internship Program (SNIP). Applications usually are open early in December and close in February. More details can be found here –> https://neuroscience.ufl.edu/training/summer-neuroscience-internship-program/