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Welcome to the UConn RaMP on Genomic Novelty

UConn RaMP is the yearlong Research Training Program for recent graduates with a primary focus on first generation college students, individuals from groups underrepresented in STEM, and students at institutions with limited resources. Our mission is to equip scholars with a comprehensive skill set that encompasses both research and professional skills, in preparation for successful careers in STEM. No prior laboratory experience is necessary; all that's required is a strong passion for learning and a solid work ethic.

Our program offers a unique blend of structured cohort-based learning and individualized research experiences. Through this approach, we strive to create a collaborative environment that integrates scholars, dedicated research mentors, and a network of partners. Together, we form a research community devoted to the exploration of genomic novelty and its impact on phenotype.

Applications to be apart of the 2024 cohort are open. Submission are due March 1st, 2024.

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