The University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Research Program in Environmental Health Sciences is a paid year-long research and mentorship opportunity specifically for Junior or Senior level undergraduate science majors from an underrepresented minority population, with disabilities or disadvantaged background. This program is funded by NIEHS Grant R25 ES025476.
- Includes full summer research and mentorship program (40 hours/week) and a school year research opportunity (10 hours/week)
- Research opportunities include: biomonitoring of environmental exposures, genetics of environmental lung disease, Nanotoxicology, environmental causes of cancer, effects of chemical warfare agents and inhaled pollutants
- Program includes mentoring on careers in environmental health, applying to graduate or professional schools, responsible conduct in research