The Genetics Department at Stanford University is offering a summer virtual workshop in Personalized Medicine, Big Data, & Artificial Intelligence. Save the date, July 18-29, 2022 from 9:00 am to 11:30 am US Pacific Standard Time, Monday to Friday. This course is open to students age 16 and older, including both US residents and international students. Registration is on Eventbrite.
This virtual, two-week workshop transports students into the forefront of healthcare innovation research, exposing students to cutting-edge personalized medicine topics guided by Stanford’s leading innovators and faculty. Daily live discussions will feature topics such as wearable device data, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cancer & chronic disease, aging & longevity, the future of healthcare and more. Students will also be invited to conduct original research on the revolutionary Stanford Data Ocean platform - the first serverless precision medicine education platform for individuals of all experience levels to explore important deep medicine questions.
Explorers will enhance their summer learning and set themselves apart with a new found knowledge and understanding of personalized medicine topics ahead of college curriculum.
This virtual, two-week class transports students into the forefront of healthcare innovation research. It is 2 1/2 hours a day, Monday to Friday, so that you can enjoy other summer activities. No background experience is necessary, just a willingness to join the healthcare innovation revolution.
Students will attend daily live presentations. this agenda. Discussion will be followed by supervised, interactive skills exploration and training in small groups with attendees from diverse backgrounds.
Day 1 – Big Data & Personalized Medicine
Day 2 – Applications of Genomics & Cancer Genomics
Day 3 – Solving Mystery Diseases & Epigenomics
Day 4 – Epigenomics (Continued)
Day 5 – Aging & Longevity
Day 6 – AI & Wearable Health Devices
Day 7 – The Microbiome
Day 8 – The Metabolome, Nutrition, & Health
Day 9 – The Exposome
Day 10 – AI in Precision Health
Past Participant Comments
"As a biology enthusiast wanting to pursue a career in medicine, this program offered a great opportunity to get a glimpse into the future of medicine. Being able to attend interactive sessions with pioneers like Dr. Snyder was extremely exciting. I'm very grateful to the program director and his team for being so welcoming, supportive, and engaging. This was the BEST summer program I ever took."
"It was one of the most interesting and interactive summer workshops I have ever attended. All the speakers presented the information in a way where anyone regardless of their education level would understand it, and they were always open to questions. I learned a lot of new things that have even changed my own personal outlook on medicine and its future."
"This workshop was very insightful and thought-provoking. I loved how passionate the presenters were and how we were encouraged to discuss and share ideas. Definitely a valuable investment of time."
Registration is now open on Eventbrite. Workshop fee is $1500. Secure your space today.
The workshop will be held Monday through Friday, 9am -11:30am (PDT) July 18, 2022 to Friday, July 29, 2022.
Students are expected to attend and participate fully each day of the 10-day session. Class will not be held on the weekends.
The program will be held entirely online with limited seats available.
College credit is not available for participating in this virtual summer program.
The course will include guest lectures from prominent scientists and Stanford University faculty.
Admissions will be offered on a rolling basis until the workshop is filled.
Earn your Personalized Medicine Explorer Badge. All students that actively participate in all lectures and interactive modules will be awarded the badge upon program completion.
Fee waivers are available to eligible students who reside in the United States. Student must meet one or more of these eligibility criteria:
a. Annual family income <$50,000
b. Currently enrolled in a federal, state, or local program that aids students from low-income families.
c. Family receives public assistance
d. Currently lives in government subsidized public housing, a foster home, or is homeless
e. Other situations will be considered on a case by case basis
Students applying for financial assistance will be asked to submit a letter from their high school principal, high school counselor, or financial aid officer that explains the financial need. This letter should be sent directly to the review committee: email@example.com .
Director, Stanford Center for Genomics & Personalized Medicine. Chair and Stanford W. Ascherman Professor, Chair of Genetics and Director of Genomics and Personalized Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. Michael Snyder is an American genomicist, systems biologist, and entrepreneur.