Undergraduate
internships in
biomedical research

Delve into
research to discover
your true self

Each year, the IRCM welcomes nearly a hundred undergraduate trainees, half of whom come to do a credited internship. We welcome interns throughout the year, in the summer, fall or winter sessions, depending on laboratory capacities.
 

It is a golden opportunity for you to join a research group that will help you expand your scientific approach and provide you with experience working on a research team. It is also an opportunity for you to learn different experimental techniques and to familiarize yourself with a range of technological equipment.

Research
focus

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Metabolic diseases

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Cancer

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Genetic and neurological diseases

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Immunodeficiencies and infectious diseases

An important role
to play.
A memorable
experience.

Training the next generation of scientists is our passion. At the IRCM, you’ll meet leading scientists driven by the desire to pass on their knowledge to future researchers. You will play numerous important roles in the research process. You’ll learn a lot, but more importantly, you’ll find out what inspires and motivates you to better orient your journey.  Who knows, you may even have the chance to co-sign your team’s next important discovery!

How do I do an
internship at the IRCM?

Choose the research topic you are passionate about

We recommend contacting the research director directly where you would like to conduct your internship and discuss how to join their lab.

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House

Learn more about our curricula, our biomedical research training programs and all the opportunities available to you at the IRCM.
 

Register today. We want to meet you!

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