A Great Research Opportunity for High School Students!
Join us for a week of scientific research in the lab. Bacteriophages are tiny phage viruses that attack bacteria, and are useful in human medicine. A huge, invisible world of phage viruses are yet to be discovered. We explore our campus in search of these novel phages. We purify, visualize and characterize new phages as part of an ongoing research project.
Study virology and microbiology — mentored by college professors!
Join us daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday, July 17 through Friday, July 21, at our Webster Groves, Missouri campus, for an authentic research experience!
$350 tuition reserves a spot (lunch and t-shirt are included).
Participate in an Authentic Research Experience
- Study phages used in medicine
- Enjoy fieldwork and lab work alongside professors
- Discover new viral species
- Visualize molecular structures with transmission electron microscopy
Associate Professor, Biological Sciences; Chair, College of Science and Health
Summer Camp Tuition
$350 (plus service fee)
Includes lunch and T-Shirt
REGISTER FOR PHAGE CAMP (OPENS IN NEW TAB)
Complete the Phage Camp registration packet and return by mail, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Victoria Brown-Kennerly, PhD
470 E. Lockwood Ave.
Browning Hall, ISB 305
St. Louis, MO 63119