Physics For Future Doctors Summer Program
The Physics for Future Doctors Summer Program is a one-week program (July 16 - 20) designed to provide motivated high school students with an opportunity to hone their physics problem-solving skills, emphasizing medically relevant examples. Selected students will have the opportunity to explore and use an application recently developed by Texas A&M University at Qatar, in collaboration with Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q). Participants will engage in hands-on sessions offered jointly by highly trained WCM-Q students and Texas A&M at Qatar teaching staff.
- Students must possess a good foundation in the physical sciences, demonstrated by a higher-level physics course in their high school, as well as adequate English language proficiency.
- Students must demonstrate an interest in pursuing a career in a STEMM-related (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and Medicine) field.
- Provide a scanned copy of the student's latest high school report.
- Provide a scanned copy of the student's passport/ID card.