1:2:1 Podcast

Jill Helms on mentoring students

Every year a select group of high school students spend the summer working in the cutting-edge laboratories at the Stanford University School of Medicine. Through the school's internship programs, the students - many of whom come from under-resourced schools or low-income families - get hands-on training for careers in health and science. In this podcast, Jill Helms, PhD, DDS, associate professor of surgery, talks about these programs, the challenge of funding them and the importance of turning the next generation onto science.

Length: 28 mins. 2 sec.

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