Accepted students will be assigned their own research project, assist surgeons in an outpatient setting, and use simulation equipment to perform "surgery." Students will also join in on resident-led orthopedic lectures and discussions and be paired with a mentor.
Bishop Kearney is pleased to congratulate Autumn Bernard on her acceptance to the prestigious Maimonides Women in Science Program. Aimed to inspire young women to pursue careers in medicine, the Maimonides Women in Science Program is a summer internship that provides a hands-on learning experience.
Science Department Chair, Geo Garcia stated, "This is a great opportunity for Autumn to take on the challenges that lie ahead in the field of science and medicine. I look forward to continuing to expand Bishop Kearney's relationship with Maimonides with the hope that more students take advantage of their internship programs."