Every year, the Bradley Hospital Sleep Research Lab directs a 3-month, full-time, academic-research Summer Apprenticeship, funded by a grant from the NIH and other generous donors. During this intensive program, students from Brown and other universities receive instruction in human sleep and circadian rhythms and learn techniques of behavioral sciences research.
The fellowship is intended for undergraduate students interested in an intense full-summer (May 30th - August 19th) experience in a human sleep research. [Recent graduates or doctoral students may apply as well.] In addition to all didactic and technical training, the apprenticeship funds travel and registration to the SLEEP2022 meeting and a summer stipend of $4,200.
The application deadline is February 14th, 2022.
Interested students should go to our website for more information about our program and to access the application: