Summer Research Opportunities
High School Biomedical Engineering & Science Research Program
The objective of the volunteer high school summer program is to expose high school students to academic research. Students who complete the program will come out with deepened skills in the biomedical sciences and a unique experience to share on their college applications. Check out this article to see how this experience enriched the scientific background of our participants!
- Jump right in- start performing experiments under the guidance of a skilled scientist from week 1
- Immerse yourself in research- 5 hours a day, 5 days a week for 5 weeks
- Professional guidance- students matched with a faculty mentor and attend a lecture series presented by faculty members
- Make a difference- perform experiments to address an independent project that is related to your mentor’s research program
- Build your communication skills - write a short report and present results at a mini-symposium attended by the research community, high school teachers from represented schools and family
Currently, this program is open to science teacher recommended New Jersey high school students attending the schools listed below who will be completing their junior year in June 2017. Students must have taken or are currently taking AP-Biology to participate. Please contact Dr. Katrina Cooper to get the contact information for the science teacher who is coordinating this application procedure with us at your school. Students who are not from a local partnering high school and would like to participate must have their school principal contact Dr. Katrina Cooper to discuss availability for accepting students.
Participating Schools: Haddon Heights High School, Eastern Regional High school, Cherokee High School, Lenape High School, Shawnee High School, Seneca High School