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Vivien Thomas Summer Program at Morehouse gives high-school kids the chance to work in biomedical labs

February 11, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

High-school students with an interest in biomedical science are encouraged to apply to the Vivien Thomas Summer Program at the Morehouse School of Medicine.

The six-week program pairs students with faculty mentors and allows them to work as apprentices in biomedical research labs. The program’s overarching mission is to increase the number of minority students interested in biomedical science.

Applications will be available in March. Program coordinator Wanda Harvey suggests that interested students contact her now at (404) 752-1843. She will add your name to her mailing list and will mail you an application packet when they are ready.

If you prefer, you can use the application that will be posted online next month, but you will need to contact Ms. Harvey for additional information. (Applicants must write a summary of a scientific article, and you’ll need Ms. Harvey to give you a link to that article.)

The application deadline will be April 8, 2011.

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