Summer Research

The neuroscience faculty at Bates frequently conducts research during the summer months, with opportunities for students to serve as high-level research assistants. There are a number of internal grant mechanisms that provide neuroscience majors with funding for room and board as well as stipends for 8- to 10-week summer immersion experiences:

It is common for neuroscience students who are engaged in summer research on campus to formally present their work in poster format at the Parents and Family Weekend each October.

If you are a student in your first year, sophomore year or junior year here at Bates College, consider applying for this paid summer opportunity through the Bates College Purposeful Work Internship program:

John Kelsey Neuroscience Research Intern – McLean Hospital – Cambridge, MA – DEADLINE: MARCH 18 at 11:55 PM
A wonderful opportunity to work directly under the supervision of a PI or senior member of the largest neuroscience and psychiatry research program of any private psychiatric hospital in the U.S