NeuroCamp is a free BRI summer outreach program that brings together a group of 15-20 highly motivated high school students in an instructional course introducing them to neuroscience. Students will learn the fundamentals concepts of neuroscience and basic lab techniques in Molecular Neurobiology, Neurophysiology and Neuroanatomy. NeuroCamp 2017 was held over a two-week period from July 11-13, and July 18-20. Each day NeuroCamp met from 1:00 – 4:00pm. The overall goal of the program is to provide an exciting and rewarding introduction to research in neuroscience to a broad range of high school students from the Los Angeles area. Ultimately, NeuroCamp aims to stimulate participants' interest in college and an educational path leading to careers in science.
More program information here.
If you have additional questions, contact NeuroCamp faculty director, Dr. William Grisham, Ph.D.