Summer Research Internship Program for the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing

Kresge Hearing Research Institute
Ann Arbor, MI.
Type Basic Science Research, Clinical Research, Academic Enrichment


The Kresge Hearing Research Institute at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor has been offering internships in biomedical sciences and computing since 1990. Every year we are accepting up to six students into this popular summer research program which is supported by the National Institute of Health (NIDCD) and generous contributions from The Herbert and Elsa Ponting Foundation.

  • a challenging research internship
  • a hands-on laboratory experience before you graduate
  • first-rate research training for your graduate school application
  • a computing challenge in an academic environment
  • a rewarding and enjoyable summer in a wonderful college town
  • free room and board, travel, AND a substantial stipend

The summer internship program at theUniversity of Michigan, provides an opportunity for biomedical research in various fields and the application of computer skills to research problems. The program is open to all deaf and hard of hearing students and has established close ties withGallaudet University, RIT/NTID, and CSUN. Laboratories at the Institute study anatomy, biochemistry, pharmacology, psychobiology, physiology, electrophysiology, immunology, and molecular biology. Students will be assigned to one of these laboratories, depending on their background. For ten weeks, these students will work alongside established researchers, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students.



Please contact the program administrator for more details on dates, deadlines, eligibility.

More Information

, 1150 W. Medical Center Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5616