Rosetta Institute offers science camps for high-achieving students. Through engaging lectures and hands-on laboratory classes, students learn about normal molecular/cellular biology, and then learn how these normal processes are distorted during the development of disease.
They also offer winter/spring break camps on Medical Bioinformatics and laboratory-intensive day camp on Biomedical Research.
More broadly, workshop attendees make friends from around the world, strengthen their academic skills, and experience college dorm life in a safe environment. Students are housed in on-campus undergraduate dorms in doubles, triples or quads, and eat in campus dining facilities. Teaching assistants/residential advisors live with the students and are available to mentor and assist the students. In addition, the camp directors are on-site 24 hours/day.
5941 Optical Court
San Jose, CA 95138
Molecular Biology of Cancer and Molecular Neuroscience workshops will be held 6/2-6/15 and 6/16-6/29 at UC Berkeley, and from 7/7-7/20 at UC San Diego. Molecular Immunology workshops are 6/16-6/29 at UC Berkeley and 7/7-7/20 at UC San Diego. Biomedical Research workshops are held at our facility in Alameda, CA 7/24-8/3 and 8/5-8/15. The Medical and Translational Bioinformatics workshop is 12/26/18-12/29/18 in Berkeley, CA.
Residential fees for the university-based Cancer/Neuroscience/Immunology workshops are $3280. There are a limited number of non-residential commuter spots available for $1980 (includes lunch and all activities). The Biomedical Research workshops (commuter only) are $2680.
There are two full scholarships (travel not included) available to students from lower-income households (income limits apply). Winners will be chosen based on the quality of a supplemental scientific essay that is due 3/15/19. Email us for details about the essay.
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