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MMCRI offers opportunities for students to learn more about the biomedical research setting through field trips and educational programming.

Visit MMCRI

Educators and community groups may request a field trip/tour of MMCRI. We aim to be flexible with groups according to their needs. Examples of visit activities have included tours, career panels, hands-on activities like specimen stations with microscopes, and topic-specific sessions. In general visits are usually 2 hours long. We can typically fit up to 50 people in our conference room but smaller groups (no more than 30 at a time) are preferred if hands-on activities will take place.

Our Education Coordinator will work with you to determine feasibility of a visit and to determine a mutually convenient date and time for the visit. Due to staffing resources we cannot guarantee that a field trip can be scheduled. All student groups must have at least one chaperone and students must have their guardian complete a release form for the visit to MMCRI, to be provided by the coordinator once the visit date has been set.

Request a Visit/Tour:  MMCRI Visit Form

Summer Student Research Program

MMCRI’s Summer Student Research Program is a paid ten week internship help from the first week of June through the first week of August every year. Students who are seniors in high school and who will be enrolled in college in the fall following the Summer Student Program are eligible to apply.

Learn more about the Summer Student Research Program.

MMCRI Traveling Researchers Program

Educators and community groups may request a visit from one of our staff to speak about specific research topics or about careers.  Our Education Coordinator will work with you to determine feasibility of a visit and to determine a mutually convenient date and time for the visit. Due to staffing resources we cannot guarantee that a visit can be scheduled.

Request a Visit:   MMCRI Traveling Researcher Request Form