Programs for Youth & Undergrads
Exploring the health sciences at a young age helps learners develop skills that are necessary for future careers in related fields. And as a college student, meaningful experiences within the health professions cultivate leadership skills that can be applied to transform care. Dell Medical School is committed to creating such opportunities for local youth and young adults, with a focus on those from traditionally underrepresented areas of the community.
Undergraduate students are eligible for this experience focused on cancer-related research. Fellows come from universities across the U.S. to spend ten weeks in laboratories at the Dell Medical School and UT Austin.
UT Austin graduate and undergraduate students as well as recent grads can gain experience in technology commercialization, entrepreneurship and more through this semester-long position.
Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign that empowers bystanders to help in a bleeding emergency. Dell Medical School sponsors the UT Austin chapter of Stop the Bleed, which frequently hosts free trainings on basic bleeding control techniques. All are welcome to attend!