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Summer School

McGowan Institute – Regenerative Medicine Summer School
June 6 – June 10, 2022

Application deadline is April 1. Admissions decisions to be made by April 15.

Announcing the 9th Annual Regenerative Medicine Summer School to be offered virtually due to COVID-19.

  • ** Offered virtually due to COVID-19
  • ** There will be a limited number of 7-week paid internship following the 1-week summer school. Housing will tentatively be available on campus but the cost is not covered through the program. The availability of on-campus housing may change due to University policy. If on-campus housing is not available, the student will be responsible for finding their own housing.

Objective:

To provide national and regional students with a week-long didactic learning experience addressing the science and engineering related to the multidisciplinary field of regenerative medicine.

Target Audience:

Undergraduates, enrolled in a science or engineering program that will have completed their 3rd year of study. Also, exceptional candidates who will have completed their 2nd year of undergraduate study will be considered.

Venue:

Virtual venue offered via Zoom with live streaming of lectures and opportunity for interaction.

Tuition:

We are pleased to announce that through the generosity of donors and sponsors, this year’s program is free

Program Outline:

Lectures will be addressing:

  • ** Tissue Engineering
  • ** Cell-Based Therapies
  • ** Medical Devices
  • ** Clinical Translation and Commercialization

Application Deadlines:

Application deadline is April 1. Admissions decisions to be made by April 15.

You have the option to apply for:

  • ** Virtual Summer School (lectures only)
  • ** Virtual Summer School plus 7-week paid internship program (offered only to those who successfully complete the 1-week virtual summer school.) Limited internships available. The dates are June 13-July 29, 2022. Housing will tentatively be available on campus but the cost is not covered through the program. The availability of on-campus housing may change due to University policy. If on-campus housing is not available, the student will be responsible for finding their own housing.

To complete your application, please complete and submit the online form. You will need the following:

  • ** Online application form
  • ** Electronic transcript (unofficial or official will be accepted)
  • ** Response to essay question
  • ** Current resume
  • ** Letter of recommendation to be emailed by the letter writer

Email inquiries to Lainey Becker.

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