The Children’s Nutrition Research Center offers a variety of educational and training opportunities to learners across different stages of their scientific careers.
CNRC Research Seminars
Research Training for Medical Students
BCM medical students seeking research training may either contact CNRC faculty about research training opportunities or explore research opportunities posted on the Student Opportunities for Advancement in Research (SOAR) database. Once a project is selected, students must complete the NICER Authorization for Research Activities Form.
Undergraduate Research Experiences
The CNRC provides a variety of opportunities for undergraduate research experience. Undergraduates may apply to open entry-level staff positions, conduct research for course credit with oversight from the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and their home institution, or participate in an undergraduate research internship program, such as the BCM SMART Program. Prospective undergraduate research trainees may contact CNRC faculty for more information.