Research in Biology is offered as an elective course (BIOL 310, 311, 410 and 411) and enrolls up to 20 students per semester. Under the direct guidance of a faculty member, you spend 12 hours per week in laboratory research. You may also choose to work at outside institution such as:
- Animal Health Center of the Bronx Zoo
- Albert Einstein College of Medicine
- Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
- Bronx VA Medical Center
Undergraduate Biological Science Grants
Students often continue their research projects during the summer, supported by Manhattan's undergraduate biological sciences grants from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Merck Corporation. As a participant, you write a research paper and have the option of presenting at various undergraduate research conferences.
School of Science Dean’s Office Summer Program
This is a summer program that gives outstanding School of Science students the opportunity to conduct hands-on research with a faculty member.
Jasper Summer Research Scholar
This is an annual program that funds up to three School of Science research projects each summer.
This is an annual program that supports big dreams by helping students connect their academics with experiential learning opportunities. The fellowship is given to one School of Science student each summer.