Undergraduate Summer Institute at the University of Michigan Department of Biostatistics

A six week-long, mentored summer research program  for undergraduate students focused on “Big Data and Human Health” and related computational and statistical  problems.  This is our fourth year offering this summer program. The program includes a didactic component, with lectures, and also a research project component where participating students will be working  with some of our top faculty on a problem related to machine learning, data mining, genomics or imaging.

The program runs from June 17-July 27, 2018. Details and an application form are available at: https://sph.umich.edu/bdsi/

The program includes a modest stipend, housing and meals package for meritorious undergraduate students and is sponsored by an NIH R25 grant supported by the NIH Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) initiative.

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