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Are you looking for an on campus or summer internship/research opportunity? Check out these options below and contact your advisor for more information.

Internship/Job Resource List

Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL)-CDC Fellowship and Internship Programs - APHL is recruiting prospective fellows and host laboratories for expanded 2022 fellowship programs! Program currently accepting applications (through October 2021) for January 2022 start dates include: bioinformatics, environmental health, infectious diseases, and newborn screening. These and other programs will begin accepting applications in November 2021 (through February 2022) for July 2022 start dates. Please share this information with your network, including potential fellows. If your laboratory is interested in hosting one or more fellows, apply today!

Applications are being accepted for the Fellowship opportunities in the following programs for placement in January 2022:

  • Bioinformatics Fellowship
  • Environmental Health Laboratory Fellowship
  • Infectious Disease Laboratory Fellowship
  • Ronald H. ​La​essig​ Newborn Screening Fellowship

More information and the online applications are available at


BLDSA Speaker Series - Study Abroad and Internship Presentation from Sarah Whitaker, Academic Student Affairs Director, Education Abroad & Off-Campus Programs, 


Summer Lab Science Program Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
Applications are accepted January 2nd through February 28th each year.

Interested in learning from some of the most talented laboratory professionals in the world? Explore our summer paid work program where you will have the opportunity to work, learn, and grow alongside our lab employees!


Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research (SIP)

The SIP provides interns with a summer of intensive research in an NHLBI laboratory on NIH’s main campus in Bethesda, MD. Interns receive a competitive stipend based on their education level.


Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service

This highly competitive program is available to full-time students about to begin their final year of academic study or professional training. Those selected for the program will become Commissioned officers in the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) and receive full pay and benefits of an active duty officer for up to 12 months just for finishing their education and training. 


Mayo Summer Lab Science Program:


Mayo Clinic summer research internship:


Other MSU URCA Opportunities:


MSU BRUSH Program:


MSU REPID Program:


MSU Venture:


MSU Handshake, remember to update your profile!:


MSU Kellogg Biological Station:






Van Andel Institute Graduate School Summer Research Internship:


Eli Lily internships/jobs:


U of M Perrigo Undergraduate Summer Fellowship:


Gerstner Sloan Kettering:


Stone Lab:


Michigan State Police Laboratory Internships:,4643,7-123-72297_60141_60287---,00.html


Wayne State University:


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South Eastern Michigan Health Association:


U of M Summer Undergraduate Research Program


The Zoetis Summer Intern Program            


University of Pittsburgh: Computational Biology Summer Research Program



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