2016 IOSP Fellows at EB 2017

The APS Integrative Organismal Systems Physiology (IOSP) fellowship provides hands-on summer research experience for undergraduate underrepresented students interested in exploring comparative and evolutionary biology research careers. The program provides exposure to IOS mission areas of comparative and evolutionary research.

For more information, click on the links to the left:

  • About the Program: Provides background information on the program goals, objectives, and activities;
  • Application Information: Provides information on how to apply for the program, selection criteria, and program benefits and stipend;
  • Awardees: Meet the current and past APS IOSP Fellows!
  • Program Impacts: Provides information on the program evaluation and impacts;
  • Funding Sources: The IOSP fellowship is supported by the APS and a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Integrative and Organismal Systems (IOS) Division.
  • Program Staff: Contact our staff with questions about the program.

See the Resources below for more information about the NSF, IOS, APS Comparative & Evolutionary Physiology Section and information about individuals underrepresented in STEM.

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The IOSP program is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Integrative Organismal Systems (IOS) Award No. IOS-1238831.

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