Summer Research Schools now underway
Summer Research School in Biomedical Research 2016
The Karolinska Institutet Summer Research School in Biomedical Research for 2016 is now underway. The summer school, coordinated by Gerald McInerney at MTC, encourages interest in Biomedical research at KI by offering high school students hands on research projects, retreats, lectures, workshops and social events. The summer school has been running since 1985 and this years course started on Monday June 20th.
More information about The Summer Research School here (information in Swedish)
Summer Course in Medical Science 2016
The Summer Course in Medical Science/Sommarkurs i medicinsk forskning is a research-preparatory course open to students enrolled in First-cycle (undergraduate) programs at Karolinska Institutet. The goal of the course is to introduce students to research early during their education. The course provides students with the opportunity of carrying out a defined research project under the supervision of a scientist. By fostering curiosity for medical research, the course seeks to encourage students’ future pursuit of a doctoral education at Karolinska Institutet. The summer course runs from June to August for a total of 7 weeks and is supervised by Antonio Rothfuchs at MTC