Jul 14, 20168:30 AMNational Institutes of Health (NIH) Graduate & Professional School FairNatcher Conference Center
Jul 21, 20169:00 AMBioMed Graduate School Virtual FairEvent
Wednesday, July 20, 201610:00 AM
Thesis Defense: A Naturally Occurring Polymorphism in the HIV-1 Tat Basic Domain Inhibits its Uptake by Bystander Cells & ...Arthur Ruiz
Friday, July 22, 201610:30 AM
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The 2016 Einstein-Montefiore High School Summer Research will begin on Monday, June 27 and end on Thursday, July 28.
The Einstein-Montefiore Summer High School Research Program introduces high school students age 16 and older to the excitement of leading-edge scientific research. It is our hope that because of this experience, students will begin to think about a career in science while still in high school
Students are selected from a pool of applicants for a five-week full-time summer research experience. Applicants must demonstrate academic excellence and be recommended by their high school science teacher and/or science chair.
Students are assigned to Einstein research labs and will join the lab team under the guidance of the laboratory director (or principal investigator) who will serve as a mentor.
Students are expected to present their work at Einstein’s Annual Summer Research Day together with college students in the Einstein/Montefiore Science Undergraduate Research Program (SURP). In addition, students attend all SURP faculty lectures and enrichment activities, including research ethics sessions. Following the summer experience, students become Research Ambassadors to their high schools and, working with their high school science department, develop a program for their school.
Frequently Asked Questions
Amy S. Fox, M.D., M.S.Associate Professor of Clinical PathologyMontefiore Medical Center
Victoria H. Freedman, Ph.D.Associate Dean for Graduate Studies Graduate Division of Biomedical Sciences Albert Einstein College of Medicine
How to Apply
Information for Participants