Neuro Research deafness is within the realm of medical conditions that need discoveries in the field. The Johns Hopkins Neuroscience Scholars Program is an excellent opportunity for high school seniors who seek a future career in neuroscience medicine. Students will receive mentorship from carefully selected mentors, forming a one on one relationship with a scholar in the neuroscience field. If you identify as underrepresented or deaf/hard-of-hearing (D/HH), are interested in pursuing Ph.D. or MD/Ph.D. in neurosciences field, demonstrate strong dedication and alignment to our values, committed to conducting 10-weeks of research during the summer, you should learn more about the application process and apply today!
The Johns Hopkins Neuroscience Scholars Program seeks to diversify the workforce to better facilitate innovation and solutions to the neuroscience field. Neuro research deafness discoveries are waiting to be found, but we must harness innovative capital by citizens of any background. The values of the Johns Hopkins Neuroscience Scholars Program reflect our mission: motivation to surmount professional and medical obstacles; curiosity and the love of learning, receiving feedback, and exploring novel approaches; inclusivity and the ability to listen and contribute to diverse backgrounds; and leadership and the strong self-efficacy in inspiring others to take positive action. Learn more about the program details and how it reflects our mission.
Beginning to understand and conduct neuro research deafness is an excellent way to jump-start your education and career in the neurosciences. The Johns Hopkins Neuroscience Scholars Program provides support throughout education and career stages, from your freshman year of undergraduate school to your first-year graduate school. For further inquiry about the program, please fill out our online contact form, call 410-614-0438, or email us at email@example.com. Join a group of outstanding future scholars who will make tremendous strides in neuro research deafness. Apply to the Johns Hopkins Neuroscience Program today!