International Research Experience for Students (IRES) information session
INBT offers undergraduate and graduate students in science and engineering advanced research training in a multicultural setting in the IRES program. IRES fellows build research skills and international relationships through working on mutual interest bioengineering projects at IMEC in Leuven, Belgium for 10 weeks in the summer. International cooperation shows students the importance of collaborations in addressing global challenges in science and technology.
Attend our information session to learn more about the program, requirements, and eligibility. Former students in the program will be there to talk about their experience and answer questions. Food will be served.
Program details at https://inbt.jhu.edu/education/international/
Hear from several former students. Read their blogs about their research projects, travels, and living in Belgium for the summer. https://inbt-summer-at-imec.blogspot.com/
Who can attend?