Summer Data Science Jobs for graduate students

Attention graduate students in data science or biomedical fields: the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have several upcoming summer research opportunities for graduate students who are U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents. NIH considers biomedical research to encompass health-related work done in a wide range of fields, including behavioral and social sciences, biology, chemistry, physics, mathematical modeling, computational biology, and biostatistics.

Graduate Summer Opportunities to Advance Research Program (G-SOAR) – Due December 17, 2021

G-SOAR is a paid full-time summer internship for students who will begin or are in the first or second year of a biomedical PhD program. Interns work with a research mentor in the NIH Intramural Research Program on basic, translational, and clinical research. Additionally, interns participate in a program designed to prepare participants for success in graduate school and biomedical careers. Internships take place from June 6 through August 12 at the NIH main campus in Bethesda, Maryland. Interns receive a monthly stipend of $2,800 - $3,780 (depending on level of education).

Graduate Data Science Summer Program (GDSSP) – Due January 14, 2022

The GDSSP is a paid full-time summer internship for master’s students in data science or computer science programs interested in applying their computational skills to address biomedical research problems. Internships take place from June 6 through August 12 at the NIH main campus in Bethesda, Maryland. Interns receive a monthly stipend of $2,800 - $3,780 (depending on level of education).

Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research (SIP) – Due March 1, 2022

SIP is a paid full-time summer internship for students enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or professional degree program. Interns participate in 8-week programs at an NIH facility (locations vary) conducting biomedical research alongside leading scientists. Stipend amounts vary based on level of education.

If you are considering applying or currently working on an application, now is the time to schedule an appointment with National Fellowships. We are here to help! Questions? Contact Matt Klopfenstein at klopfenm@mailbox.sc.edu