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NSERC USRA

The NSERC USRA Program provides undergraduate students the opportunity to work in a research lab during the summer.  Details of the program, including eligibility can be found at: http://www.nserc-crsng.gc.ca/Students-Etudiants/UG-PC/USRA-BRPC_eng.asp

The Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences received an allotment of 8 awards for the Summer of 2018, which will be evaluated and awarded on a competitive basis.  The guidelines for application are attached to this message as a PDF document and the deadline for submission is 3:00 p.m., Friday, February 9, 2018.

GUIDELINES 2018

If you are eligible to apply, the first step in the application process is to find an eligible faculty member who is willing to sponsor your application.  Eligible faculty (those holding NSERC Discovery grants) within DBMS include:

· Dr. John Allingham

· Dr. David Andrew

· Dr. Bruce Banfield

· Dr. Sameh Basta

· Dr. Inka Brockhausen

· Dr. Eric Carstens

· Dr. Graham Cote

· Dr. Peter Davies

· Dr. Katrina Gee

· Dr. Nader Ghasemlou

· Dr. Ken Jarrell

· Dr. Zongchao Jia

· Dr. Frederick Kan

· Dr. Michele Loewen

· Dr. Alan Lomax

· Dr. Neil Magoski

· Dr. Thomas Massey

· Dr. Richard Oko

· Dr. Martin Paré

· Dr. Leda Raptis

· Dr. Stephen Scott

· Dr. Steven Smith

· Dr. Patrick Stroman

· Dr. Myron Szewczuk

· Dr. Chandrakant Tayade

· Dr. Shetuan Zhang

Please contact them as soon as possible. Find contact information at: http://dbms.queensu.ca/faculty

For the 2018 February 9th deadline and subsequent review 1) student applicants from Queen’s do not need to provide an official transcript as the Life Sciences and Biochemistry Program Office will print one from Solus; 2) student applicants from other institutions will need to submit an official transcript.  Once the review is complete, those Queen’s students who have been accepted will be asked to request an official transcript.