Your DavisConnects advisor will work closely with your faculty advisor to ensure you have access to further research, internship, and global experience opportunities that are integrated with your course of study.
The Jackson Laboratory is among the world’s leading biomedical research organizations, which allows Colby students to work on discovering genomic solutions for disease in the quest to improve human health.
Under the National Institutes of Health, the largest biomedical research organization in the world, Colby students have access to genomic research in the lab of renowned geneticist Dr. David Bodine ’76.
Through a long-standing partnership with Dr. Loren Walensky, a faculty member at Harvard Medical School and the Department of Cancer Biology at Dana-Farber, Colby students perform cutting-edge cancer research in his laboratory.
A leading innovator in biomedical research, MDIBL is a world-class science education institution that offers students hands-on research opportunities that encourage creative thinking and entrepreneurship in the sciences.
An alliance of cancer researchers, physicians, and experts featuring The Jackson Laboratory and dozens of partnering healthcare centers welcome Colby students to contribute to important oncological research. Watch their video to learn more.
Through a two-year summer internship, Colby students work closely with Dr. David Solit, director of the Marie-Josée & Henry R. Kravis Center for Molecular Oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering.
In her first post-graduate year, Uwase performed research in a biomedical research lab at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, studying the bacterium that causes tuberculosis.
Aydemir came to Colby with dreams of becoming a doctor. After receiving degrees in neuroscience and chemistry, with a minor in classical civilization, he is now studying at Harvard Medical School.
Kim’s undergraduate research studied the effect of microplastics on microscopic freshwater organisms. He’s now pursuing a Ph.D. in oceanography at the University of Texas Marine Science Institute.
Mepyans was the first Colby student selected for the opportunity to work with researchers at one of the most prestigious cancer care and research centers in the world, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York.