Education Collaborators and Resources

Our Lab collaborates with several programs both university-wide and nationally to offer research opportunities to students of all ages and backgrounds who are interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects.  Students who are BE and CIS majors with strong computational and programming skills are preferred.  Python, Java, and R are also preferred.  Experience with deep learning methods is desirable, Alternatively, experience with clinical research (in clinic settings) is desirable.

The Center for Undergraduate Research & Fellowships (CURF) 

Assists undergraduate students in discovering their research passion.   To date, we have had two students from this program.

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Work Study

Penn/Federal Work-Study is a federal government and Student Financial Services subsidized work program, which provides on-campus and off-campus employment to eligible undergraduate and graduate students with financial need.

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Health, Healthcare and Technology

Digital Health (Online Course)

Dr. Johnson also guest lectures throughout campus.