High School Outreach Program

This motivational program is designed to offer a basic understanding of stem cell research and is open to all Los Angeles–area high school students.

The High School Outreach Program Includes:

High School Lectures

Throughout the school year, the institute's postdoctoral fellows and researchers give lectures during a scheduled science class. Lectures introduce students to the world of regenerative medicine and current stem cell research and technology, which exposes them to careers in science. When schools reopen, we’ll continue to provide in-classroom visits to high schools within 10 miles of Cedars-Sinai. We also offer virtual visits and are able to present to your students via the videoconference software of your choice.

California Institute of Regenerative Medicine Summer Program to Accelerate Regenerative Medicine Knowledge Program - Summer Research Internship

High School Research Week

Junior and senior-year high school students are invited to apply for Research Week held within the institute's laboratories. Under direct supervision, students collaborate within project-based teams, where they receive hands-on learning opportunities with research tools and techniques. Students attend lectures presented by the institute's research scientists and staff, and the students present their project results on the last day of Research Week.

Participation Guidelines

SPARK and Research Week Alumni Photos

Have Questions or Need Help?

Contact us if you have questions, or wish to learn more about the Board of Governors Regenerative Medicine Institute or the High School Outreach Program.

High School Outreach Program
Veronica Garcia, PhD, Program Coordinator
Nathalie Balingit, Program Administrator

Board of Governors Regenerative Medicine Institute
Pavilion, Eighth Floor
8700 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Fax: 310-248-8066