AIBIDS Research program Application Site

What is AIbids?

Accessible and Inclusive Biomedical Informatics and Data Science (AIBIDS) is a full-time 10-week authentic research internship for students who identify as a member of a group who is underrepresented in the sciences. The program pairs students with a mentor (faculty member or trainee) at either the University of Pittsburgh or Gallaudet University.

When is the program? 

The 2024 program will run for ~10 weeks from May 28th through July 27th. Students will be in person at one of the two sites (Pittsburgh or Washington DC)

How do I apply?

Interested? Unfortunately, applications are closed for this year. Please check back in in November or email us to be put on a mailing list for announcements:  

Richard Boyce ( and Gaurav Arora ( 

Note: that, while the video is in American Sign Language, applications are not restricted to only persons who identify as deaf or hard of hearing.

Note: Interpreting students please see Mentored Interpreting Experience 

When is the deadline?

Applications are closed for 2024

Who is Eligible?

The program has a total of eight slots available for undergraduate students who identify as belonging to a group that is underrepresented in biomedical and data sciences

You can find more information by visiting the About us, Compensation, Research Mentors, and FAQs. The application is here. 

Note: Interpreting students please see Mentored Interpreting Experience 

Funding for AIBIDS is provide by the National Library of Medicine grant R25 LM014208 Building Accessible and Inclusive Paths for Students in Biomedical Informatics and Data Science.