Each year, the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery hosts 15-30 talented high school and undergraduate students in our research laboratories. During their 7-week internship, students master basic lab techniques, present their scientific discoveries to colleagues in oral and poster presentations, and join research teams led by experienced (PhD level) mentors who dedicate invaluable time to inspire and guide them on their first steps towards a successful career in science.
nternships last for seven weeks, from mid-June through the 1st. wk. of August, and are awarded to outstanding high school, and undergraduate students interested in pursuing careers in the biomedical/biological sciences to work on a research project that entails exposure to the latest biochemical, molecular, and analytical techniques in a given field.
Applications must be submitted by January 31, 2018.
This event allows students the opportunity to meet with residents and faculty from each surgical specialty. This event is in collaboration with other surgical interest groups.
Join the Surgery Interest Group for their first event of the 2019-2020 academic year! Meet the new SIG board members as well as current surgery faculty, residents, and fellows. All medical students (and undergrads) interested in learning more about surgery are invited!
Top research institutions have substantiated the powerful benefits of mindfulness practices on increased productivity, critical decision-making, and out-of-the-box problem-solving. In this workshop, you will receive content about how and why we can react negatively to stress and the latest research in neuroscience on the most effective techniques that take us from overwhelmed, anxious, and uncertain to clear, calm, and resilient. Learn how mindfulness, and resilience, coupled with compassion, can markedly improve your daily experience. In this workshop, you will explore and practice 3 takeaways that will change your relationship to stress now and pre-wire your brain for resiliency in the future.
Instructor: Patty McLucas is the founder of Mindful Wellness and has more than 20 years of experience as a wellness consultant. She teaches classes in mindfulness for Stanford’s Cancer Supportive Care Program and Health Improvement Program as well as other organizations including Apple and Google.
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Speaker: Laura Jones is the Director of Heritage Services and Special Projects. She is also the University Archaeologist and an Amy J. Blue award winner.