Other Education and Training Opportunities

Seeking undergrad applicants for Computational Neural Engineering training, Georgia Tech/Emory University. Deadlines vary, beginning December 1, 2021.

Georgia Tech/Emory invites applications to become a Fellow in the NIH/NIBIB Computational Neural Engineering Training Program (CNTP). Fellows receive full stipend and tuition for two years to support rotations and foster cross-disciplinary collaborative training. The CNTP aims to train the next generation of researchers at the intersection of computational neuroscience, neural engineering, data science, and clinical neurophysiology. 

Fellow applications are solicited from admitted applicants to one of the four participating PhD programs linked below (PhD in BME, ECE, Bioe or ML). Fellows must be US Citizens or Permanent Residents. If you are interested in joining the CNTP, you must first apply to one of those programs. Deadlines vary, beginning December 1, 2021. Detailed application instructions: https://sites.gatech.edu/cntp/how-to-apply/.

Please contact Dr. Rozell at crozell@gatech.edu with any questions.

Participating PhD programs

PhD in Biomedical Engineering at GT/Emory (due 12/1/2021)

https://bme.gatech.edu/bme/georgia-tech-emory-bme-phd-program 

PhD in Electrical & Computer Engineering at GT (due 12/16/2021)

https://www.ece.gatech.edu/graduate-admissions 

PhD in Bioengineering at GT with BME or ECE home school (deadline is from home school)

https://bioengineering.gatech.edu/ 

PhD in Machine Learning at GT with BME or ECE home school (deadline is from home school)

http://ml.gatech.edu/phd 

2022 Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates Program at the Center for Neurotechnology, University of Washington. Applications are due by January 15, 2022.

The CNT at the University of Washington sponsors a 10-week Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) on the Seattle campus.  This program provides undergraduate students with opportunities to work on research projects with scientists and to take part in workshop training sessions in ethics, communications, and scientific presentation skills designed to provide the undergraduate scientist with a solid foundation for graduate study. Undergraduates will help with research in one of the labs at the UW.

For more information, visit https://centerforneurotech.uw.edu/content/research-experience-undergraduates