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2017 Undergrad Interns

Summer 2017 brought a fresh cohort of undergraduate students interested in exploring ISB’s research in the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Program. Each intern worked with a mentor on a research project and participated in learning experiences aimed at expanding his or her skills. Several of the interns worked in the group with mentors from the Hood-Price Lab.

The ISB website has more details and a great collection of photos from the Intern Showcase event:

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