miRcore is looking for group leaders to guide high school students in performing computational biomedical research
miRcore, a 501(c)(3) non-profit org., is looking for group leaders to guide groups of high school students in performing computational biomedical research. Group leaders will be paired with a younger co-lead. During our remote camps, students will finish a research project within about one week, while learning and applying new tools every day. Group leaders will be expected to assist and support these students.
Ideal group leaders are:
1) Graduate or college students (professionals with PhDs welcome)
2) Experienced (or interested) in computational biomedical research
3) Have a passion to inspire young minds
4) Able to commit to a specific camp
Camps run June-August, and leaders will be compensated with $450 per camp session.
Group leaders usually describe the experience as fun, meaningful, an opportunity to learn new research skills, and reigniting their passion for science.
Learn more and apply here: https://forms.gle/