Students in the MB3 program are expected to complete a research experience as part of their undergraduate education.
We will be updating this site regularly to describe specific research projects for which faculty in the program are seeking undergraduate student involvement. If you are interested in getting involved in research, we suggest you visit the MB3 program's Faculty Members Page. Read about the research interests of the MB3 faculty mentors, and if anything sounds interesting to you, contact the particular faculty and inquire about the possibility of doing research. All of the faculty are very interested in helping undergraduates to do research.
Alternatively, students may elect to participate in an approved internship experience at one of the many academic, clinical or commercial research laboratories in the Baltimore area.
The Molecular Biology, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics (MB3) Program
Smith Hall, Room 360
Phone: 410 704 3491
Fax: 410 704 3490