About the SRTP

The Summer Research Training Programs (SRTP) at CU Anschutz is an initiative by the Neuroscience Graduate and Medical Scientist Training Programs and their respective outreach groups aimed at creating opportunities for undergraduate students who have been historically underrepresented in science.

The primary goal for these programs is to provide paid, full-time summer research internships in research labs at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus. Awardees will be provided resources, including a stipend of $3,000, and mentorship to help them build a foundation for a future in academia and STEMM careers.


Explore our Track Options


Neuroscience Track

Physician Scientist Track

Immunology Track

Bioengineering Track

What does SRTP provide students?

Summer Research Experience

You will be paried with a faculty mentor at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus for an 8-week long paid research experience during the summer

Professional Development

Our summer seminar series will focus on skills needed to be successful in graduate and professional school

Longitudinal Support

Our leadership team will work to provide you the support and tools that you need to successfully apply to graduate and/or professional school, including assistance with application writing and work-study options for eligible SRTP participants throughout the school year.

Program Eligibility

Undergraduate students in the state of Colorado who belong to groups historically underrepresented in science are eligible to apply to this program. Click here to explore whether you are eligible to apply.

No prior biomedical research experience is required to apply.

Applications will open Fall of 2021

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