EEOP Research Programs

Educational Enrichment & Outreach Programs - Upper Division Research Opportunities

EEOP offers four upper division research programs for students interested in biomedical research. The Biology Undergraduate Scholars Program - Honors Research (BUSP-HR) is a one-year program for students interested in the biological and biomedical sciences. The Biology Scholars Advanced Research Program (BSHARP)/Maximizing Access to Research Careers (MARC) Program is a two-year program for students with a passion for biological inquiry and a firm commitment to pursuing a PhD or MD/PhD within the field of biomedical research. The Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE) is a two-year program that supports students engaged in cancer research. The Advancing Diversity in Aging Research (ADAR) Honors Program is a two-year program that aims to increase the diversity of undergraduate students that pursue advanced degrees and research careers in aging-related areas.

Program Director: Dr. Connie Champagne

Program Coordinator: Heather Lawrence

(These programs serve underrepresented, EOP eligible, and disabled undergraduate students)

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