15 Mar USC lab opens 3 spots to students
By Julia Aizuss, Harvard Westlake Chronicle.
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Three students will have the chance to participate in an eight-week internship program researching stem cells at University of Southern California this summer.
Current juniors and seniors are eligible to apply for one of three spots in the USC Early Investigator High School Summer Program in Stem Cell Research.
The Upper School Science Department will choose a short list of candidates to send to the EiHS Summer Program for final selection to the spots reserved by a Harvard-Westlake parent reserved, science teacher David Hinden said.
Selected students will conduct and present original research on embryonic stem cells in laboratories at The Eli and Edythe Broad Center for Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research.