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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:

  • Fibrinogen and β-amyloid interaction in hereditary cerebral amyloid angiopathy: AβE22Q Dutch and AβD23N Iowa mutations
  • Cdc42 and Fat2: Molecular Players in Cerebellar Granule Cell Development and Migration
  • Investigating ASJ’s Contributions to Imprinting in Caenorhabditis elegans
  • Developing a single-molecule platform for the investigation of transcription-induced genome instability
  • Clingy Aphids: The Obligate Mutualism of Ants and their Symbiont
  • Behavioral, Anatomic and Molecular Dissection of the Neural Circuits Mediating Locomotor and
  • Emotional Functions in Mice
  • Loss of NFATc1 Causes Premature Stem Cell Activation in Hair Follicles
  • Design and characterisation of ATP analogue-sensitive AAA+ protein
  • How is the HELLS/CDCA7 complex evicted from mitotic chromosomes?
  • Vascular PCDH12 is not responsible for DMJD pathogenesis
  • Investigations into the Use of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) for Behavioral Observations of Marine Mammals
  • Neuronal Origins of the Optomotor Response in Drosophila
  • Effect of Complex III Inhibition on Cell Proliferation
  • Identification of Sites and Function of TLR5 S-palmitoylation
  • Exploring the Central Channel of the Nuclear Pore Complex
  • Structural studies of the novel transcription factor Crl in complex with δS-holoenzyme RNA polymerase initiation complex
  • Characterization of 18 hour Self-Administration of Cocaine in Rats
  • Quantifying Relative Levels of Canonical and Non-Canonical Ubiquitination of Human Dopamine
  • Receptor 4 Using Proximity Ligation Assay
  • PlyG Lysibody Binds Vegetative Form of Bacillus anthracis
  • Identification of PI31-Cleaving Proteases

Important Dates:

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
February 1, 2022
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 2022

PROGRAM DATES:
June 6 to August 12, 2022



Contact

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