Application Instructions

Undergraduate Scholars

Applications are Currently Open and Will Close on March 31st!!!

 

Click Here to Apply to be a 2017 BioCore Undergraduate Scholar

 

 The predominant goal of the BioCoRE undergraduate program is to create a diverse scientific community of scholars which offers highly-mentored research experiences, programs designed to build skills in scientific excellence,  structured mentoring experiences between peers, graduate students and faculty and opportunities to gain professional development skills and personalized career advising.  Our long-term goal is that the combination of our BioCoRe undergraduate program elements will both prepare and encourage our scholars to pursue a career in biomedical research and matriculate into top-tier graduate programs.   First-year undergraduates who are interested in research careers in the biosciences are invited to apply. Scholars will be appointed based on the fit of the applicants to the program goals and slot availability.  Undergraduate Scholars in Trinity College and Pratt School of Engineering. are encouraged to apply.   BioCoRE is centered on building an inclusive community of scientists and any student seeking to be a part of the BioCoRE community should be committed to these goals.

**Please keep in mind that in addition to the completion of your application, TWO letters of recommendations are required to complete your package.  Please ask your recommendators for letters ahead of time to ensure your letter is received prior to the deadline.**

 

 

 

Graduate Scholars

Applications are Currently Opened for Fall 2017

 

​Click Here to Apply to be a 2017 BioCore Graduate Scholar:

Link: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_7PsYh2HAejEAJ9z

 

All incoming PhD students in bioscience departments and programs are invited to apply. Scholars will be appointed based on the fit of the applicants to the program goals and slot availability. BioCoRE will provide enhanced opportunities that complement the bioscience graduate programs for Graduate BioCoRE Scholars and multiple career engagement and social activities. One major goal of BioCoRE is to increase the diversity of scientists in the biosciences, and another is to promote student development with research experiences, engagement with faculty, and career development activities. Any student seeking to be a part of the BioCoRE community should be committed to these goals. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.

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Faculty/Administrator Affiliates

**Click here to apply to be a BioCoRE Faculty Affiliate**

Interested faculty and administrators from any Duke department are invited to affiliate with BioCoRE.