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Research Opportunities

Laboratory research is an essential part of the Biophysics undergraduate experience. The University of Michigan is one of the largest research universities in the world and with nearly 50 faculty members to choose from, so many interesting and exciting Biophysics research projects await the curious student. Doing these projects not only enhances your curriculum, but will establish your ability to undertake the kind of research expected by most graduate programs as well as greatly increasing your chances of getting into top graduate programs and medical schools. Research opportunities with the Biophysics program can be done in a variety of ways:

UM Students - Enrolling in an undergraduate research course

Non-UM Students