NSF-REU site on STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF PROTEINS
February 21, 2014
The University of South Alabama offers an
interdisciplinary undergraduate research program sponsored by
the National Science Foundation to work for 10 weeks over the
summer semester in the area of "Structure and Function
of Proteins". Students accepted to the
program must have a strong interest in basic research, and are
expected to work full time in their projects under the direction
of faculty advisors.
Applicants must be US
citizens or Permanent Residents (Green Card).
Students must have
completed one of the following courses or course sequences
before the summer: Organic Chemistry sequence, Biochemistry sequence,
Thermodynamics or Statics.
All participants receive a stipend, free
housing, food allowance and travel expenses.
Minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher.
University of South Alabama nor the National Science
Foundation can provide health insurance to participants in
the program. All participants are
fully responsible for their own health insurance coverage.