The Gates Summer Internship Program (GSIP) encourages outstanding undergraduates to consider careers in biomedical research and regenerative medicine. State-of-the-art training opportunities are provided in the Gates Center for Regenerative Medicine members' laboratories.
The 2021 application period was from Monday, December 14, 2020 - Tuesday, February 16, 2021. Due to COVID-19 pandemic limitations, we regretfully cancelled our summer 2020 in-person research program. We offered virtual internships, conducted a summer webinar series and have extended 2021 summer position offers to all of our 2020 class. For this reason, 2021 internship spaces may be limited. Additional information regarding the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus response to COVID-19 can be found here.
Selected applicants will be contacted by email in late March/early April and will have a specified period of time to accept the internship offer and return required material. Please note that the program dates are from Monday, May 24, 2021 - Friday, August 6, 2021. GSIP is a full-time training program that spans 11 weeks and cannot be combined with other daytime commitments.
Interns are required to attend orientation on Monday, May 17, 2021, the weekly GSIP seminar series and outreach activities. They must also present their summer research project at the poster session following the final day ceremony and attend the Farewell Dinner.
Any publications, patents, posters, talks or projects that result from an intern's participation in GSIP must credit the program by including the funding acknowledgment.
The Gates Summer Internship Program is open to applicants from all backgrounds who are in a science-related major and are enrolled in an undergraduate program at the time of application. Former GSIP interns are encouraged to apply.
We welcome students from traditionally unrepresented groups in biomedical research, such as African American, Hispanic/Latinx, American Indian/Alaska Native/Native Pacific Islander, first-generation college students who are economically disadvantaged and students with disabilities. Students from rural or inner-city areas with limited access to research opportunities are also encouraged to apply. Information on Diversity and Inclusion at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus can be found here.
International students who are attending a U.S. college or university are requested to contact us prior to applying to determine program eligibility.
Two letters of recommendation – Applicants will be prompted to provide the name and email address of two references to generate reference requests. At least one of the recommendations should be from a previous or current science professor.
CV or Resume – Applicants should detail their experience, academic background, research, awards, publications, presentations, community service, skills and credentials.
Transcript(s) – Applicants will need to upload a copy of their transcript that covers at least the last 12 months. Please note that official transcripts will be required upon acceptance.
1. Stipend: Selected interns will be awarded a stipend of $5,000 for the summer, which will be paid in monthly installments via direct deposit.
2. Parking: On campus parking will be available at a discounted rate.
3. Housing: The training program cannot provide housing at this time. Please view Rotating Room, Zillow, and Trulia for a list of housing options. Upon selection, interns will be connected with their classmates to explore housing and other opportunities via the GSIP Class of 2021 Facebook page.