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Schools (officials, teachers, guidance counselors) are encouraged to recommend 1 – 2 current juniors or seniors with strong academic records and an interest in science and/or medicine.  All interns will undergo a health screening, criminal background check, and training in the protection of human subjects prior to beginning their internship.

Recommendations Procedure

Recommendations must be received by February 23, 2015 to be considered.  Recommendations should include the following (mailed together):

  1. In the letters of recommendation include a description of the student’s qualifications.
  2. A copy of the student’s resume (or history of work/research experience).
  3. Three letters of recommendation (at least two from a teacher or guidance counselor at  the student’s school. Please include contact information).
  4. An official copy of the student’s transcript.
  5. Contact information for the student and a school representative.  Please include an email address.
  6. A one page cover letter from the student describing why they want to participate in the program.
Dr Amanda BrownAmanda Brown, PhD

Send nomination materials to:

Amanda Brown, PhD
Director, JHIBS
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Department of Neurology
600 North Wolfe Street
Meyer 6-181
Baltimore, MD 21287

The nomination materials can be mailed together as one packet, or the applicant can email all materials at one time to If the applicant will be emailing the materials, it is required that the letters of recommendation be sent by the recommender separately and must have the writer's signature and contact information.

For Further Information Contact:

Amanda Brown, PhD
Phone: 410-614-2429


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