Summer Undergraduate Research Program

Summer programs provide undergraduates from other institutions and Washington State University (WSU) the opportunity to contribute to scientific discovery, produce effective science communication for end users, and gain valuable career awareness and professional development. Mentored research in the Institute of Biological Chemistry (IBC) tackles significant basic research and applied research questions in plant biochemistry and agriculture by applying techniques that range from molecular biology, biochemistry, and cell biology to organismal, systems, and population approaches.

IBC programs partner with the WSU Office for Undergraduate Research to support and broaden our trainees’ experiences.

The following is a list of summer programs with IBC principal investigators (PIs) recruiting this summer. Trainees are mentored by PI labs, other IBC labs, and other WSU labs for training.