May 29, 201312:00 AMGraduationAvery Fisher Hall
Jun 05, 20139:00 AMSURP Move-In DayEinstein Campus
Friday, May 24, 20131:30 PM
Thesis Defense SeminarMatthew Nicholas
Tuesday, June 04, 20132:00 PM
"mTORC1 Activation is Reduced in an In-Vitro Model of Pompe Disease"Adi Shemesh
Summer 2012 Students Told Us...
"The day I arrived, my mentor motivated and pushed me to learn more and do more for the research project."
"I really feel that I now know what working full-time in a lab feels like, and the fact that I enjoyed it cemented my decision to pursue a career in research."
"Wouldn't have traded this summer experience for anything else!"
"I liked getting to go to seminars with faculty in various areas of research."
"I got to do research, see a Broadway show, meet some good people, and go to the Bronx Zoo!"
Each summer the Einstein Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) brings together 50 college students each summer for a one-of-a-kind opportunity to conduct original research in a laboratory at one of the world's top-ranking scientific institutions. The program is designed for undergraduates with a strong background in science who are considering a research career.
SURP students arrive at Einstein in mid-June for a nine-week research laboratory work experience. Students are matched to a laboratory in the area of interest they indicate on their application. At the end of the program, students present their research in a poster session.
Faculty SeminarIn addition to research, SURP students participate in a variety of complementary scientific activities:
Campus TourDuring their nine-week stay, SURP students are considered members of Einstein’s student body, making them eligible to take part in all social activities on campus. In addition, several trips and activities are planned specifically for SURP students.
Outstanding undergraduate students considering the SURP program must meet the following criteria:
Completed online application must by submitted by February 1. Supporting materials can be received after the deadline.
Admission to the program is very competitive. Students are urged to submit their applications as early as possible.
Send supporting materials to:
Summer Undergraduate Research Program
Einstein Graduate Programs in the Biomedical SciencesAlbert Einstein College of Medicine1300 Morris Park Ave - Belfer 203Bronx, NY 10461
Students may track the status of their letters of recommendation via the online application system.
There is no need to contact us with questions about transcripts—we will notify you if your transcript has not been received.
Due to the overwheling number of applications, we are unable to respond personally to questions regarding your application status. You will be notified by email on or about May 1 if your application is still under consideration for the Summer Undergraduate Research Program.
If accepted, you will need to submit a completed medical form by May 15, 2013.
If you have additional questions, please contact us at email@example.com
Please note: Students of Yeshiva University and Stern College must apply using the regular online application. YU and SC undergraduate students should contact Dr. Barry Potvin.
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Einstein's NIH Funding for 2011
Top-10-ranked Departments for Faculty Research Productivity (Chronicle of Higher Education)