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About the BRBT Program

The Biophysics Research for Baltimore Teens (BRBT) program provides opportunities for Baltimore City high school students to experience hands-on biomedical research in Johns Hopkins biophysics labs. BRBT paid internships are five days a week for an eight-week period from mid-June through mid-August.

BRBT intern, Taquana Lattimore, works with Jesse Yoder, a PMB graduate student


BRBT intern, Calvin Fields, and BRBT/JUMP intern, Eduardo Flores, make progress on a computer modeling project with help from PMB graduate student, Alfredo Caro
Each student has two graduate student mentors, one in the lab
in which they work and one outside it.


Students present their summer projects at the annual Institute for Biophysics Research retreat in September.  In addition to the important experience of presenting their research findings and receiving feedback, the students will hear talks and poster presentations by students and faculty in PMB.

BRBT interns, Taquana Lattimore and Calvin Fields, present their posters at the IBR retreat

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