Medical Device Bootcamp
Description: The Medical Device Development Bootcamp is a four-week experiential learning opportunity for students interested in learning the process for designing and manufacturing medical devices. Participants will learn how to assess user needs and generate ideas for devices that meet those needs. They will then experience the different stages of product development by working in teams to translate new ideas into device designs and then build those designs into prototypes. Finally, they will learn manufacturing and quality control/assurance methods, learning how to take their device from the prototype stage to a manufacturable product.
Clinical Genetics and Bioinformatics Summer Program
Description: The nine-day Clinical Genetics and Bioinformatics Summer Program (CGB) at KGI is designed for undergraduates interested in learning more about human genomics, bioinformatics, genetic counseling, and precision medicine. CGB will expose individuals to fundamental principles of human genetics and cutting-edge applications of human genomics, and will enlighten participants about exciting career opportunities in clinical genetics and genomics. The program will include didactic classroom and hands-on laboratory components as well as field work experiences.