Burke Medical Research Institute does not offer a formal research program for high school students. Some individual laboratories at the Burke Medical Research Institute occasionally have opportunities for high school students to contribute to their research programs during either the summer or academic year. These opportunities are typically volunteer positions and both the specific work schedule and type of research conducted by the student will vary among the different laboratories.
Identify specific research programs that match your interest. Select your top three choices for lab/faculty in which you are interested.
Collect and gather the following documents in either a MS Word or PDF file format to upload to your application:
Prepare your write statements by previewing the online application:
After its receipt, the Research Institute staff will evaluate the application and an attempt will be made to match students with a desired research program. We cannot guarantee that a match can be made. The matching process typically takes from 1 to 2 weeks. The Research Institute will contact you to notify whether a match has been either successfully made or not. If a match is made, you will be put in contact with an investigator from the laboratory to discuss the specific work schedule and type of research to be conducted. If a match cannot be made, high students are allowed to re-apply after 6 months.
If you have any question about the opportunities or the application process please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We encourage students to also look for other opportunities at
The Rockefeller University