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Advice for Your Summer Undergraduate Research Experience

Published on: Jan 25, 2021

Ubri knew she was interested in investigating self-regulation and decision making ability, especially in rodent work, because she likes the ability to investigate at the molecular level. Ubri notes, “I chose New York University because I looked into the faculty and found Dr. Clancy Blair's lab — and that it aligns very well with my personal interests.”                                              

In this Neuronline video, get advice on how to figure out if a summer undergraduate research program may be right for you. Catherine Ubri, a senior at Hunter College, also discusses how to approach your applications and time throughout the program and shares her own experience over the summer at the Center for Neural Science at New York University.