Summer Research Group 2017
on Graphs for DNA Assembly
This page contains information on summer research positions for interested graduates and undergraduates.
- Period: Summer 2017 (May, 2017 - August, 2017).
- Meeting time: Couple of times per week during summer, schedules to be determined.
- Location: USF Tampa, CMC (old name: physics-math (PHY) building).
- Work: Conduct research in a group under guidance of graduate students and professors.
- Expected outcome: Research results will be posted on this web site or published.
- Stipend: About $3,000 (expected, per person, up to 3 fellowships).
Full/part time student status during summer is not required.
Research fellows are not required to take courses, and
tuition, fees, health plan or any other cost will not be covered.
- Full time undergraduate status (junior/senior) in Fall 2016 and Spring 2017
at USF Tampa, Department of Mathematics and Statistics,
Department of Computer Science, Departments of Biology
(Cell Biology, Microbiology and Molecular Biology, Integrative Biology)
- GPA 3.2 or better, with 3.5 or better in 4000 level or higher courses
- Strong interest in research
- Good communication and teamwork skills
- Strong commitment in completing projects, reliable and responsible
- Application materials
- Filled application form
- A copy of transcript at USF Tampa up to Spring 2017
- Submit by e-mail to the contacts below before April 30, 2017.
(Late submission may be considered if positions remain available.)
- Interviews may be scheduled after submission of application.
- Background materials of the research projects are found here.
Drs. Natasa Jonoska (jonoska -at- usf.edu), Masahico Saito (saito -at- usf.edu).
(Replace -at- by @.)
This support comes from the National Science Foundation under Grant No. DMS-0900671 and
the National Institute of Health under number 1R01GM109459-01.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s)
and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or National Institute of Health.