The GenOM Project sponsors two undergraduate research programs; one during the academic year, and one during the summer (see below). The academic year undergraduate research program is a rare and wonderful opportunity for undergraduate students at the University of Washington. The program offers a first-hand, quality experience in the laboratory of an established researcher, providing opportunities to probe deeper into the cutting-edge science of genomics over an academic year. We seek talented students who demonstrate a strong drive and deep interest in this field. Through the program, students receive the following benefits:
- A part-time paid position
- A network of faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students
- Preparation for graduate/professional-level programs of study
We are not currently accepting applications for the undergraduate research program that runs throughout the academic year.
Contact Our Organization
Lisa Peterson, Director
Greg Diggs, ALVA Coordinator
Cheryl Allendoerfer, Research Scientist
Office of Research
Gerberding Hall G76
Seattle, WA 98195
To donate to the UW GenOM Project, click here.