Emili’s vision is “to create a highly collaborative, multidisciplinary research hub that tackles important fundamental questions in the field by forging new links with interested researchers across both BU campuses, the greater Boston area, and the world.”
The 10-week program, now in its fourth year, received more 600 applications for a class of 19 students.
Learn about a variety of BU programs for youth that explore science, technology, engineering and math.
New Summer Program in Neuroscience (SPIN) integrates research, hands-on neuroanatomy, and neurosurgery for high-achieving undergraduates.
The goal is to increase diversity of health care professionals across the city.
The Health Sciences Education Program prepares accomplished medical and health sciences professionals to advance educational practices in their respective fields.
The Museum of Science and the Anatomy and Neurobiology department are exploring how feelings and emotional connections can enhance learning.
Students will work on cutting-edge biomedical research projects, build powerful and lasting relationships and set a course for college and career success.
Priya Shankar piloted Girls Health Champions in India, a program that trains girls as peer health educators in their schools and communities.
The conference was attended by 200 students and residents, health researchers from the United Nations, and live-streamed by over 19,000 people from 37 different countries.