Omar Lopez - High School Stem Cell Research Intern June 2013
The CIRM Creativity Awards support summer internship programs that introduce high school students to stem cell science and foster the next generation of scientists. This year, we decided to let the students tell their own stories about life in the lab and their hopes for the future. During the course of their internships, we've asked them to submit YouTube videos as well as Instagram photos and a blog about their experience. We'll be posting a video at the beginning and end of their internships.
PI: Dr. Toshio Miki, University of Southern California
High School: Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School
So basically i sat down and explained my personal experience in the training we did in the first week and described my lab experience so far in this second week.
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