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Miller Summer Research Funded Internships in Animal Sciences

Location:  Columbia, Missouri.

A six-week undergraduate internships (mid June-early July) at the Department of Animal Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia.  

The objective of the Miller Summer Research Internship program is to introduce students to animal sciences research, emphasizing food and fiber producing animals.  Animal Sciences faculty research a variety of areas, including:  ruminant and nonruminant nutrition; reproductive physiology; genetics  and molecular biology environmental physiology; and production and management.  Each student will be working directly within a laboratory under the supervision of an internationally recognized researcher.  The participant will gain an understanding of recent advances in basic science and applied animal sciences research.

Stipends are a minimum of $3,400, and in addition, funds for research and travel to professional meetings are awarded to interns.  Junior standing, strong interest and potential for graduate study, and minimum 3.0 GPA required.  Registration and housing (on campus) expenses not included.   (Additional information available from Fran Kinghorn)

For information and applications:
Tina Roberts
Program Coordinator

Department of Animal Sciences
150 Christopher Street
Bond Life Sciences Center
University of Missiouri-Columbia
Columbia  MO.  65211

Phone:  (573) 882-5979
Far:  (573) 884-9395

Email: robertsti@missouri.edu

Website:  http://animalsciences.missouri.edu/
Internship information:  http://www.lsurop.missouri.edu/summerOther/index.htm
Testimonial: not available
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