The Daniel Schoenberg RNA undergraduate research fellowship

The Daniel Schoenberg RNA undergraduate research fellowship 

The Daniel Schoenberg fellowship was established in 2017 by a generous donation to Ohio State University from the estate of Irene Schoenberg. This fellowship is to be used to provide support during the summer months for one outstanding undergraduate student who, upon graduation will pursue graduate study in RNA research. 


In addition to meeting all eligibility criteria for the CRB summer fellowships detailed on the previous page, candidates must meet two additional criteria: 

1) Candidates must have spent at least one year performing RNA research in the laboratory of a faculty member of the Center for RNA Biology 

2) Candidates for the fellowship must be completing their third (junior) year of study. Because this is intended as a stimulus for graduate study, fellowship support will only be awarded for research performed in the summer months between third and fourth (senior) years. 

Click the link below to download the application

CRB summer UG fellowship 2020