Exploring the Scientific Method and Careers in Medical Research
Expose young people (high school and undergraduate students) to the scientific method and careers in medical research.
Discuss themes in scientific inquiry and ethics
Explore careers in medical research
Identify career options and steps to achieve career goals
Create an opportunity for collegiality and social interaction among aspiring young scientists.
How to Participate
Our classes are held every Thursday afternoon from 4-5 p.m. beginning on June 16 and ending on August 8. There is no charge to attend, but make sure to register.
Click here to register for Summer Scientist Education Series classes.
If you are unable to attend in person, all sessions will be posted to our On Demand Library.
Click here to view Summer Scientist Education Series on demand videos.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Research Institute
Research II Auditorium
700 Children’s Dr. Columbus, OH
Dates and Topics
June 16: Introduction to Biomedical Research
Presented by Dr. John Barnard and Dr. William Smoyer
June 23: Innovation in Pediatric Practice
Presented by Dr. Jeff Bridge and Dr. Deena Chisolm
June 30: Learning From Our Sickest Patients
Presented by Dr. Irina Buhimschi and Dr. Mark Hall
July 14: Pathways Into Science
Presented by a panel of graduate students
July 21: Where Science and Engineering Meet
Presented by Dr. Kevin Flanigan and Joshua Zenz
July 28: Cutting Edge Therapeutics
Presented by Dr. Chris Breuer and Dr. Tim Cripe
August 8: Technology and App Development in Research
Presented by Dr. Simon Lin and Dr. Lara McKenzie
For questions, please email Community Education or call (614) 355-0662.