As part of our commitment to education, the Stanford Genetics Department offers summer programs for high school students.
Genomics Research Internship Program at Stanford: GRIPS
A summer internship program
The Genomics Research Internship Program at Stanford (GRIPS) is a free, research-intensive summer internship program open to Bay Area high school students. Program participants will be placed in a research laboratory for 8 weeks over the summer and conduct genomics research under the supervision of a lab mentor.
Important 2023 deadlines:
Now accepting applications on line. Applications due: February 28, 2023 by 11:59 pm PST. Selected and stand-by candidates will be notified by April 15, 2023. Internship dates: June 12 - August 3, 2023.
If you are a Bay Area high school student who wishes to learn more about this research internship, please look through the information provided in the GRIPS Program and GRIPS FAQ pages.
Personalized Medicine, Big Data, & AI Explorers Workshop
A two week workshop
This virtual, two-week class transports students into the forefront of healthcare innovation research. Students will explore cutting-edge precision medicine topics guided by Stanford’s leading medical innovators. Small group, interactive skills training will provide students with the opportunity to utilize Stanford’s revolutionary Platform as a Service (PaaS) for Deep Medicine. No background experience is necessary, just a willingness to join the healthcare innovation revolution.
Students will attend daily live discussions around cutting-edge, deep medicine topics including wearable device data, cancer, chronic disease, aging, and the future of healthcare. Discussion will be followed by supervised, interactive skills exploration and training in small groups.
Important 2022 deadlines:
Registration opens: December 1, 2021
Last day to register with Early Bird savings: March 15, 2022
Last day to register: July 15, 2022
Workshop dates: July 18 - July 29, 2022
If you are a high school student who wishes to learn more about this workshop, please look through the information provided in the Personalized Medicine, Big Data, & AI Explorers Workshop page.
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