TRAINING & CAREERS
Biomedical Engineering Summer Internship Program (BESIP)
The application website for BESIP is now closed. The SIP and BESIP application web site should be on-line on or about mid-November. Keep checking the application web site link that is listed below under “How to Apply.”
You can learn more about BESIP from the information below.
About the Program
The NIBIB sponsored Biomedical Engineering Summer Internship (BESIP) is for undergraduate biomedical engineering students who have completed their junior year of college. The 10-week program, under the guidance of Dr. Robert Lutz, BESIP Program Director, is scheduled from June 3, 2019 to August 9, 2019. The internship will allow rising senior bioengineering students to participate in cutting-edge biomedical research projects under the mentorship of world-class scientists in NIH laboratories in Bethesda, MD.
Selected by a nationwide competition, the interns will have the opportunity to indicate preferences from a list of available NIH projects that involve areas of engineering or physical science expertise. The students will participate in group meetings, attend planned lectures and laboratory visits, and be encouraged to submit posters to the NIH Poster Day where summer interns from all disciplines present their projects.
How to Apply
- Click on this Application Information link to findout about eligibility, stipends, and deadlines
- Application for BESIP on-line can be completed as a Subprogram of the SIP application (see Section 9 of the SIP form), which can be found at https://www2.training.nih.gov/transfer/SIPApp. Please be aware of the different BESIP deadlines compared to SIP deadlines.
The 2018 project list will be updated around February 2019 for the summer 2019 session. Most of the 2018 projects will remain for 2019, so the 2018 list is a good representation of the projects that would be available for 2019 BESIP interns to choose from.
The BESIP Experience: 2018 Interns
See the videos!!! Former BESIP intern, Will Sipprell, participates as a subject in research in the NIH Clinical Center Gait Analysis Lab!
Meet Will Sipprell: Introduction (9 MB)