Please join us for wine and hors d'oeuvres at a fundraising reception to learn about the Discovery to Cure program and meet the founder, Dr. Gil Mor, Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Services of Yale University. Dr. Mor will speak as well as Hannah Price, one of last year's high school interns. Dr. Mor created this program to expose high achieving high school students from the US and abroad to Yale labs and encourage them to pursue future career opportunities in biomedical research.
To date, this highly competitive program has provided the opportunity for over 300 high school student, undergraduates and high school teachers.
Entertainment will be provided by the Neighborhood Music School Premier String Ensemble.
Please RSVP to Ruth Ann Ornstein by Wednesday, January 17, 2018
firstname.lastname@example.org or 203.901.0964
More about Discovery To Cure High School Internship Program.
Created by Dr. Mor in 2003 ,with the goal of exposing students from local schools to Yale's biomedical laboratories to open their minds to pursue career opportunities in science and medicine. This program is highly competitive (less than 12% accepted) . Past interns have presented their research work at science fairs, including the Connecticut Junior Science and Humanities Symposium at UCONN, the National JSHS, Pfizer Life Science Award, Connecticut State Science Fair, International Science and Engineering Fair and Siemens Westinghouse Science and Technology Competition. Approximately 20% of the students have published their finds in peer-reviewed scientific journals. To date over 300 high school students, undergraduates and teachers have successfully completed the program.
The Discovery To Cure Internship Program is a NIH supported program.
More information : www.discoverytocure.yale.edu
Hosted by Wendy Farnen Price PT DPT WCS, Mactivity Physical Therapy & Ruth Ann Ornstein, Marketing Coordinator Discovery To Cure203.901.0964