Department of Neurosciences - Summer Camps

Summer Biomedical Science Program in Bioinformatics (Virtual)

Interested in learning about where computers and medicine meet? Join us in our virtual summer camp to experience the excitement of biomedical research and make a difference in health and disease.  You'll have the opportunity to learn from experts in the field, get mentored by a College of Medicine faculty member, work in small groups, and develop research writing skills.  

This camp is ideal for high school students entering grades 11 or 12.  Grow personally and professionally through this challenging and enriching experience. 

Virtual Program Details:

  • Week 1: June 17 – June 22 (no camp June 19 due to holiday)
  • Week 2: June 24 – June 29
  • Week 3: July 1 – July 3 (no camp July 4- 6 due to holiday)
  • Week 4: July 8 – July 13

Cost:  $2800

Time: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. for lectures/didactics/workshops and evening hours for project specific team/group work (eastern standard time)

Camp Technology requirements:

Microsoft office (Word, Endnote) installed prior to start of camp.

Computer required



Applicants are evaluated for admissions based on their academic performance in high school, test scores (if available: PSAT, SAT or ACT), AP courses. Admitted students will receive a separate email communication with instructions to register and provide legal forms for completion. 

Submitting application does not guarantee admittance into camp.


Learn more and Apply

Admissions application deadline is February 1, 2024




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Pictures from Neurosciences' Summer Laboratory Camp 2023


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Last Updated: 11/17/23