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Phase III+: The University is open for expanded research operations; only authorized personnel will be admitted on campus. More info here.
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Phase III+: The University is open for expanded research operations; only authorized personnel will be admitted on campus. More info here.
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Phase III+: The University is open for expanded research operations; only authorized personnel will be admitted on campus. More info here.

Past Projects

SURF ProgramSURF students have worked in the laboratories of a variety of noted Rockefeller University researchers, including Nobel Prize-winners.

Recent SURF projects include:

  • PI31 Regulation Involves Catalytic Activity of the Proteasome
  • Small Intestine Organoids: Reductionist System to Study the Gut
  • Characterizing Projections from the AM and OFC to the ACC and their Involvement in Associative Learning
  • Delineating the role of immunoglobulin A in suppressing colon tumorigenesis
  • FHL2 interacts with AP-1 transcription factors bound to DNA
  • Antibody staining of primordial germ cells in Taenopygia castanotis embryos
  • Characterizing DNA Damage-induced Phenotypes in FANCA-deficient Keratinocytes
  • Role of Thy-1 Promotor in Alzheimer’s Disease Mouse Models
  • Refining ATAC-seq master peak sets to identify putative regulatory networks involved in drug induced senescence
  • Visualizing the mechanosensitive channel YbiO preserved in a native membrane nanodisc environment
  • Fat is a Chatty Organ: Studying Adipose Crosstalk and Secretion
  • SOX9’s Mode as a Master Regulator Through Global H3K4-Monomethylases Recruitment
  • Optimizing cryo-EM data processing of native γ-tubulin ring complex
  • Understanding RTF2 Regulation During DNA Replication Stress
  • Optimizing CRISPR tools for use in mycobacteria
  • Engineering CFTR for single-molecule analysis of folding
  • CPT1 Blockade During Fasting Precipitates Rapid Onset Torpor
  • Developing a Pipeline to Call and Identify Variants in Clustered Single Cells
  • Single Cell Sequencing Uncovers Expression Pattern of a Novel Brain-and Ovary-Specific GPCR in Aedes aegypti
  • The Role of Cell Death in Yellow Fever Virus 17D Attenuation
  • Visualizing Ligandable Cysteines in T Cell Exhaustion
  • Compositionality in drawing behavior in monkeys
  • Ceramide Metabolism is Essential for Pancreatic Tumor Growth
  • Gone with the Wind: How Fruit Flies Remember Wind Directions

Important Dates:

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
February 1, 2023
All applicants must apply online.

The online application for summer 2022 is now closed. The online application for summer 2023 will be available in November 2022. 

 

NOTIFICATION DATES:
mid-March 2023

PROGRAM DATES:
June 5 to August 11, 2023



Contact

Office of Graduate Studies
The Rockefeller University
1230 York Avenue, Box 177
New York, NY 10065