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Student and Visiting Scholar Opportunities

Stanford Students and Clinical Trainees

The Stanford ML Group's AI for Healthcare Bootcamp provides Stanford undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to engage in cutting-edge research with PhD students and Bootcamp faculty, many of whom are affiliated with the AIMI Center. We often consider alumni of the Bootcamp for positions in AIMI laboratories.

Graduate students and clinical trainees who have experience in AI and medical imaging and would like to collaborate on research projects are welcome to contact us by emailing aimicenter@stanford.edu.


Student Internships

The AIMI Center has a limited number of unpaid internships for high school and college students who are interested in getting involved in AI research in medical imaging. Interested students who meet all the qualifications below can apply by sending a brief introduction of their research interests, CV, and transcript to aimicenter@stanford.edu. We review each application, however due to the high number of applicants we are only able to respond if we would like to further evaluate the applicant. Students who we contact will be given a small coding task to assess their technical skills. 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Enjoys coding and has significant Matlab or Python experience
  • Understands basic machine learning concepts
  • Completed basic calculus courses
  • Interested in imaging analysis
  • Able to attend research group meetings on the first and third Thursdays at 3pm (during school breaks)
  • Able to commit at least 1 year

Visiting Observerships

We are happy to consider proposals from faculty interested in spending time as a Visiting Scholar with the AIMI Center in order to advance collaborative research projects. Visiting Scholars are required to be employed or appointed at another institution or organization throughout their visiting term. Funding support for Visiting Scholars is not available at this time. Interested faculty can email their CV and research proposal to aimicenter@stanford.edu.