ENDURE Scholar Tyara Thompson (left) with ENDURE alum Maria Gonzalez at this year’s
Diversity Poster Session at the Society for Neuroscience “SfN” Conference in Washington,
D.C. (in 2023) and attended each year by our scholars paid for by the Program!
  • Independent research with outstanding faculty.
  • Up to two years of support.
  • $7000 (pre-tax) stipend per summer.
  • Free travel to and from the program.
  • University housing provided (single rooms).
  • Free St. Louis public transportation pass.
  • Attend up to two scientific conferences annually.
  • Eligibility for academic year research stipend ($2000 per semester for up to two academic years).
  • Improve your research and communication skills to gain a competitive edge for graduate admissions.
  • Individualized advising and mentoring.
  • Network with all levels of neuroscientists.
  • Inclusion in scholarly and learning communities supportive of your success.
ENDURE PI Dr. Mayssa Mokalled talking about her ENDURE scholars, Catrina
Reyes and Yana Honcharuk, at the 2023 Closing Symposium.