The University of Minnesota Neuroimaging Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) is a 10 week resident summer program for undergraduate students, supported by NSF. Students live on the UMN campus and work for pay full-time in research labs, using cutting-edge neuroimaging tools to answer questions in cognitive neuroscience. An imaging boot camp will give trainees facility with fMRI and EEG imaging modalities. Students then conduct individual imaging-based research projects in perception, cognition, or clinical applications. Free room and board are also provided, along with career development programming and social and networking opportunities.
The program runs from May 30 to August 10, 2019. Applications are being accepted and will be reviewed beginning Feb. 1. For more information and to apply please visit: http://neuroimagingreu.umn.edu