UW Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (ISCRM) - UW Bothell Summer Research Program

UW Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (ISCRM) - UW Bothell Summer Research Program
Schools or Programs: Biological Sciences, Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM)
Location(s): Location varies, UW Bothell
Quarter(s): Spring, Summer, Winter
Includes the quarter to apply or participate.
Hours per Week: 30hrs +
Estimated weekly effort
Academic Credit: Yes
Class enrollment is required or credits earned
Current school year: Junior, Senior
Includes year to apply and year to participate

UW Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine (ISCRM) UW Bothell Undergraduate Summer Research program is a competitive fellowship intended to enhance the educational experience of an undergraduate student at UW Bothell while they are engaged in research guided by UW ISCRM faculty. We hope that with this research fellowship, a student may focus more attention and time, deepening their inquiry into a discipline and project with a reduced financial burden.  In 2024, three students will receive a $6,000 award to pursue research in a discipline pertaining to regenerative medicine.  Six of nine previous fellows have received further funding (Mary Gates Scholarship, Washington Research Fellowship etc.) to continue their research.


ISCRM is located in Seattle’s South Lake Union.  Please go to this link to see the kinds of research that is done at ISCRM.  It is a phenomenal place—beautiful, state-of-the-art, filled with energetic, amazing, inspiring scientists.  Soon, you might be there too!!

Essential Eligibility Requirements

  • Applicants must be matriculated UW Bothell undergraduate students registered full time, pursuing a bachelor’s degree. This fellowship is open to U.S. citizens, international students, and undocumented students.
  • Once awarded, recipients must be actively engaged in their research from June 11th – August 16th and remain full-time undergraduate students for at least one year after the award period.

Applicants do not need to be already engaged in research to be eligible to apply.

Timeline of Application Process

  • First round candidates interviewed 3rd and 4th week in February.
  • Decision conveyed to candidates early March.

Work in lab starts June 11th, and some communication with lab may start in late spring quarter.

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