Learning and asking questions is at the core of what we do.
At the Pacific Northwest Research Institute (PNRI), we are proud to engage the next generation of genetic researchers and the community through a variety of educational opportunities.
Fostering the Next Generation of Researchers
There is nothing quite like visiting a real science lab and talking to actual scientists for the first time. That is why PNRI hosts laboratory experiences for middle and high school students from a variety of schools and communities. Our scientists talk with students and provide a hands-on lab experience. Educators and community leaders interested in bringing students to our labs can email email@example.com.
Each year our labs host numerous undergraduate and high school student interns through partnerships with universities and local non-profit organizations, like Rainier Scholars. We are honored to play a role in building the career of future scientists.
Graduate Student Training
Our scientists are committed to building a scientific community of discovery, creativity, and collaboration. We foster that community in the next generation of scientists through graduate student training positions. Several of our investigators hold affiliate faculty appointments at the University of Washington and train graduate students who perform their PhD research here at PNRI.
Bringing a Love of Science to the Community
Ranging from conversational formats to scientific lectures, we host numerous events throughout the year that are open to the public. We are proud to support a culture that encourages our community to learn and explore genetic research.
This free event series provides an opportunity for the community to engage and learn from scientists performing innovative work in the field of human health. Come and hear how PNRI’s approach to genetic research is fueling discovery and answering the most pressing questions about human health. Our 2019 series is coming soon.