MS1 Students are among those in the Summer Research Program.
The Medical School’s 2013 Summer Research Program is in full swing, kicking off May 28 with orientation and concluding in August.
The students will spend time in weekly lectures and in a 40-hour workweek on various research projects. Attendees include 63 first-year medical students, 40 undergraduate students, and 11 international students from Japan, China, and Taiwan.
Summer Research Program is under way.
Seminar lectures are held on Thursdays, until Aug. 1, from noon until 1 p.m.
For more information, contact Vaccaro Greaves, Summer Research Program coordinator, 713.500.5105