Hopkins C.A.R.E.S.: Cultivating Future Scientists and Health Providers

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Hopkins C.A.R.E.S. Symposium and Network

  • Features 16 Summer Programs
  • Involves more than 100 Faculty Mentors
  • Supports more than 300 students

2017 Hopkins C.A.R.E.S. Symposium
Thursday, July 27, 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Anne and Mike Armstrong Medical Education Building

2017 Keynote Speaker:
Felicia Hill-Briggs, PhD.
Professor of Medicine; Health, Behavior and Society; and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Biography


Mission and Goals


THE C.A.R.E.S. SUMMER SYMPOSIUM and NETWORK:

1. Showcase 16 Summer Programs that provide paid internships in Hopkins laboratories, clinics, and offices across the medical campus for nearly 300 students with more than half from Baltimore City high schools

2. Provide opportunities for 200 selected students to deliver a professional presentation to an audience of 350 attendees, including Hopkins faculty, faculty and recruits from local colleges and universities, and each other

3. Bolster high school students’ academic and social confidence by enabling them to compete and compare the quality of their academic presentations to high achieving undergraduates from all over the United States

4. Inspire a generation of future leaders by providing a stage for students and keynote speakers of international prominence to share their journey, struggles, and lessons learned in achieving their dreams

5. Invest in untapped local talent to generate a home grown workforce with a college degree and improve the odds of success among aspiring leaders to pursue a career in science, public health, or medicine


Organizing Committee

2016 | 2015

Lori Brando, PhD
Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator for Stanley Summer Scholars Program

Amanda Brown, PhD
Director of Johns Hopkins Internship in Brain Science

Camille Bryant
Academic Program Administrator for Institute for NanoBioTechnology

Warren Grayson
Director of RISE (Reaching Inner city youth through Scientific Education)

Jasmine Griffin
Office Assistant for Office for Student Diversity

Tahirah Hall
Administrative Supervisor Summer Internship Program Coordinator for Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine Summer Internship Program

Casey Jacobs
Academic Program Administrator for Biophysics for Baltimore Teens

Cathryn Kabacoff
Research Technologist for Summer Academic Research Experience

Corrin McBride Hunt, PhD
Center for Talented Youth Program Manager for Summer Research

Jenese McFadden
MCHC/RISE-UP Program Manager Kennedy Krieger

Damien Myers
Program Director for Medical Education Resources Initiative for Teens

Eric Lee
Academic Service Specialist for Summer Internship Program

Yukiko Lema
Program Manager for Psychiatry Summer Training and Research Program

Stephanie Lechich
Research Program Assistant for Psychiatry Summer Training and Research Program

Rachelle Lott
Academic Program Assistant for Summer Internship Program

Jungsan Sohn, PhD
Director of Biophysics Research for Baltimore Teens

Daniel Teraguchi, Ed.D
Chair, Hopkins C.A.R.E.S. Summer Symposium, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, Director of Office for Student Diversity, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Monica Guerrero Vazquez
Program Coordinator for Centro SOL

Ann Vukelich
Administrative Coordinator for Center for Computational Biology Summer Internship Program

Catherine L. Will
Program Manager for Summer Internship Program

David "Brandy" Yeater
Research Administrative Manager for Summer Urological Research Experience at the Brady Urological Institute

Symposium Schedule

Keynote Presentation and Student Stories10:00 to 11:30 am
Student Poster Presentations11:30 am to 12:30 pm
Lunch and Student Oral Research Presentations12:30 to 2:00 pm
Student Poster Presentations2:00 to 3:00 pm
Scholarship and Awards Ceremony3:00 to 3:30 pm
Reception with Keynote Speaker3:30 to 4:30 pm

Directions and Parking

Directions

Download printable driving directions to the main hospital.

Parking

For convenient access to the Symposium, please park in the Orleans Street Garage. Visit our parking pages for more information on rates, valet, security, transportation and courtesy shuttles.

Student Stories

Branecia Bull

Research Presentations

Rachael Avidor