Our onsite internship programs are currently on hold due to COVID-19. We are taking this opportunity to evaluate and improve our programs, and we look forward to re-opening applications in 2022.
This year, the Ragon Institute is working with the Leaders through Education, Action and Hope (LEAH) Project to offer six-week, paid, remote internships to underrepresented Boston youth through the LEAH Knox Biomedical Research Internship, with the goal of providing a meaningful research opportunity in immunology and infectious disease to each of our interns. Applications for this program are managed through the LEAH Project.
The Ragon Institute of MGH, MIT and Harvard brings together scientists and engineers from diverse fields to better understand the immune system and support human health.READ MORE
The Administrative and Operations team manages the Ragon’s operations, administrative, and logistical functions.READ MORE