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Duke’s Summer Training in Academic Research (STAR) Program

The objective of Duke’s STAR program is to provide a high-quality research experience for undergraduate students, high school students, and middle and high school teachers during the summer academic break. This program gives participants who are interested in science and medicine real hands-on experience in research methodology and writing. Learn More.

Duke Underrepresented in Neurology Teleshadowing Program

The Underrepresented in Neurology Tele-shadowing Experience seeks to encourage members of traditionally underrepresented groups to consider careers in Neurology. Learn More.

RESURP: REACH Equity Summer Undergraduate Research Program

RESURP works to increase students’ knowledge of the causes and consequences of racial and ethnic disparities in health; introduce students to basic skills in clinical research; provide an opportunity to conduct a health disparities research project; and provide an opportunity for students to shadow Duke faculty in a clinical setting. Learn More.

Summer Biomedical Sciences Institute

The Duke University Summer Biomedical Science Institute is a free, six-week summer residential experience providing intensive and personalized preparation for medical school for rising college sophomores and rising juniors. Learn More.