The Johns Hopkins Neuroscience Scholars Program is an intensive and selective opportunity for future neuroscientists to jump-start their career in the sciences and medicines – particularly those revolving around neuro research hearing impairment. The values of the Johns Hopkins Neuroscience Scholars Program are motivation, curiosity, inclusivity, and leadership. If you are a high school senior who is interested in a career in the neurosciences or neuro research hearing impairment, learn more about the application process and apply today!
The Johns Hopkins Neuroscience Program seeks to diversify the workforce to better facilitate innovation and solutions to the neurosciences field. With the aging population, it is paramount that we build a strong workforce of neuroscientists in the medical field who are continuously making advancements in neuro research hearing impairment.
Evidence-based studies have shown that diverse teams generate better and more impactful solutions. Currently, in the neurosciences field, specific groups are under-represented and not engaged. We hope this educational-research mentoring program will strengthen the scientific workforce for years to come. Our goal is to mentor, develop, and foster scientific skills in undergraduates from underrepresented and deaf or hard-of-hearing (D/HH) backgrounds into PhD or MD/PhD programs in the neurosciences.
If you are a high school student interested in a future in the neurosciences and are keen to pursue neuro research hearing impairment, we encourage you to apply to the Johns Hopkins Neuroscience Scholars Program. Applicants should be: self-identified as underrepresented or deaf/hard-of-hearing (D/HH); interested in pursuing PhD or MD/PhD in the neurosciences field; demonstrate strong dedication and alignment to our values; committed to conducting 10-weeks of research during the summer.
If you relate to the above personal descriptions, you could very well be a perfect match for our program. For further inquiry, give us a call at 410-614-0438, contact us online, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Best of luck!