Janelia provides several opportunities for graduate students, undergraduate students, and postdoctoral fellows to do research on campus:
Undergraduate Scholars Program: This program allows students to spend the summer conducting research under the mentorship of a Janelia scientist.
Joint Graduate Program: This joint program enables graduate students in the Johns Hopkins University Department of Neuroscience to conduct their thesis research in a Janelia lab.
Graduate Research Fellowships: This program lets talented graduate students carry out research in neuroscience, bioimaging, evolutionary biology, computer science, and applied physics at Janelia.
Postdoctoral Associates: Janelia postdocs work with scientists at the cutting-edge and have access and have access to unparalleled scientific and technical facilities.
Loudoun County High School Internship: This program allows local high school students to learn about neuroscience and conduct research in a Janelia lab.
- Scientific Computing Associates Program: This program offers an intensive training opportunity for graduate students to increase proficiency in software development technology and tools.
Did you know that 41% of Janelia postdocs have gone on to faculty and group leader positions?
Meet Former Janelia Graduate Scholar Arbora Resulaj
Arbora Resulaj, a former engineer who now studies olfaction in mice, compares life at Janelia to her first-year experience at Cambridge University.
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