Browse openings to find projects you are interested in.
GRADUATE STUDENTS, POSTDOCS, RESEARCH SCIENTISTS
Submit a posting to recruit undergraduate students to help with your project.
Approve your students’ proposals before submission. Or, post your own!
Need help finding a lab?
Here are a list of resources available to help you find your perfect fit.
Major Specific Clubs
Find great mentoring opportunities, research talks, and other faculty engagement opportunities in your major-related clubs, ex. Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES).Organizations at GT
Initially built for the GT/EMory Biomedical Engineering Department, PairMe highlights student research on a wide array of projects, from wet lab-based cell culture to computational projects involving bioinformatics and systems biology. Check out these students’ work for more insights on what undergraduate research is like and how to get involved!
Questions? Comments? We welcome your feedback.
PairMe is built and run by Amy Liu, the GT Undergraduate Research Ambassadors, and the BME CD&I Committee.