2014 UCSF-Lowell Science Research Program Concludes

High school interns celebrate the culmination of their summer research at the 4th Annual Symposium of the UCSF-Lowell Science Research Program on the steps of Genentech Hall on August 14, 2014.

The UCSF-Lowell Science Research Program is a collaboration between San Francisco’s Lowell High School and the MSTP and BMS programs at UCSF. Its mission is to introduce students to the world of science, teach them laboratory techniques, inspire a passion for research and discovery, and help students develop the professional skills necessary for a successful scientific career. Founded in 2010 by MSTP student Julia Ye (far right) and Lowell AP Physics teacher Richard Shapiro (front center), it is currently co-directed by Ye, MSTP student Lauren Meyer (far left), and BMS student Mark Noviski (far right).