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Crosstalk Lab

"The best way to predict the future is to create it."

- Peter Drucker


For High School and Undergraduate Students

Are you a high school or undergraduate student aspiring to excel in scientific research and writing and secure admission to top universities or pursuing career in science?

Look no further! Our Research Discovery Program offers a unique and enriching experience tailored to boost your academic and career  journey.

Seize this opportunity to propel yourself toward a successful future in science!

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The Scientific Discovery Scholars Program is a transformative initiative designed for high school and undergraduate students/early career researchers seeking to increase their chances of acceptance into top universities in science-related specialties or pursuing a career in science. Our program offers unique mentoring sessions, where participants delve into the fundamentals of scientific research, coupled with hands-on involvement in the writing process of scientific articles with the ultimate goal of potential publication. 

The program extends its impact by offering insights into potential careers in science and fostering a supportive learning environment through expert mentorship and a community of scholars. Participants not only gain valuable research, communication, and writing skills but also build a foundation for a successful future in the realm of science and academia.

Fields of research projects currently available: 

  • Biomaterials

  • Wound Healing

  • Nanotechnology

  • Microbiology

  • Cancer Research

  • Leadership

  • Research Innovation

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At CROSSTALK LAB, we engage high school and undergraduate students in scientific research and writing. We believe in the transformative impact this engagement can have on your future career and academic pursuits.

Join us on this fantastic and rewarding endeavor!


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