McGovern Medical School’s 2016 Summer Research Program is in full swing, with more than 100 students working on research projects and attending seminar lectures.
The program started May 31 with orientation and concludes in August. Students spend time in weekly lectures and attend a 40-hour workweek on research projects. Seminar lectures are held noon – 1 p.m. on Thursdays until July 28.
This year’s class is comprised of 65 first-year medical students, 48 undergraduate students, and 8 international students from Japan and China.
For more information, please contact Maria Flores, Summer Research Program Coordinator, 713.500-5105.