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The Stanford Center for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine and Imaging (AIMI) is committed to advancing AI research in medicine for public good, promoting health equity and excellence in healthcare. In this spirit, we are excited to launch our inaugural Summer Research Internship for high school students interested in exploring technical and clinical aspects of AI in healthcare.

Stanford AIMI Researchers

During this two-week in-person program, we aim to spark interest and empower the next generation of AI pioneers in medicine through a combination of lectures on AI in healthcare fundamentals, hands-on research projects, and mentoring activities with Stanford researchers. An extended independent research internship opportunity may be available for interested program participants. Our hope is to inspire students to develop innovative AI solutions to advance human health.

There is no fee to participate in this internship.

Important Dates

  • Program dates: June 20 - July 1, 2022 (tentative schedule is Mon-Fri, 9am-3pm PT)
  • Application deadline: May 15, 2022

Eligibility

Students must be over the age of 14 by the start of the program. Stanford AIMI embraces inclusion, integrity, diversity, and team-science as pillars for success. We encourage students from all backgrounds to apply, particularly students from groups under-represented in AI. No coding, AI, or data science experience necessary. We will select a cohort representing diverse experience and skill levels. Participants must arrange for their own transportation to and from Stanford, and housing is not provided.

Application

Applications are due by Sunday, May 15, 2022 at 11:59pm PDT. Students will be notified of their status by May 31. The online application consists of short-essay questions and uploading your CV/resume and unofficial transcript.

    Apply here

    Covid-19 Policy

    To ensure the health and safety of participants and the campus community, only participants who are fully vaccinated  and show proof of vaccination may participate in in-person minors programs and activities.  In order to meet the definition of fully vaccinated, the minor participant would need to have received their final vaccine dose no later than two weeks before the program or activity start date. Face coverings will continue to be strongly recommended on-site, regardless of vaccination status. The Covid-19 policy is subject to change based on local regulations.

    Contact

    Please email aimicenter@stanford.edu for any questions.