Clinical Research Design: Back at Camp!
Every Summer students who use Clinical Research Design as a Major elective get to experience what it is like to bring research into a real- world setting. Students create, design, and implement various projects throughout a weeks period in June. The students work with 100 4th graders from Lawrence, Massachusetts who are bussed in to Camp Otter in Salem, New Hampshire.
A major part of the activities planned for camp are utilizing Dr. McInnis’s breakthrough program called Active Science, which integrates physical activity and STEM learning initiatives. To read more about Active Science, go to activescienceforkids.org.
Health Sciences shares pictures on their internship symposium on Facebook. Here’s Joe Caruso presenting his research on gait retraining for runners.
Tyler Hunt ’16, a Health Sciences graduate currently employed at Brigham and Women’s Hospital as a Research Assistant in Orthopedic Research Laboratories.