Toxicology, Health & Environmental Disease High School Summer Program

In this one-week, non-residential program, students participate in a variety of laboratory activities such as DNA isolation, PCR, cell culture, cytotoxicity studies, and more, and learn about careers in medicine, pharmacy, toxicology, environmental science, and research. This summer program is open to highly motivated high school students interested in the biomedical and environmental sciences, entering grades 10-12, and who have completed at least one high school biology course.

  • Area(s) Served: New Brunswick; Piscataway; surrounding communities; Middlesex County; New Jersey
  • Population(s) Served: High school students entering grades 10-12
  • Collaborative Partners:  NIEHS Center for Environmental Exposure and Disease