As a student, how can you be involved in pediatrics?
The Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Pediatric Technology Center was established to bring engineering innovation into pediatric healthcare and to train the next generation of pediatric researchers. To do so, we are partnering with pediatric institutions across the country. See the sections below to learn about the ways you can become engaged, including class/research projects, student organizations, and competitions.
|Classes & Competitions|
As a student, there are many classes and competitions on campus that are or can be related to pediatrics. Many of these classes offer the opportunity to solve real-world problems. Click here
|Other Research Opportunities|
There are many research opportunities for students in the area of pediatrics. Examples include but are not limited to individual project work with a faculty member, the Petit Scholars program, and the TAG-Ed Education Collaborative. Learn more.
Several student organizations on campus focus their efforts on pediatrics or children. Organizations include For the Kids, Go Baby Go, Bits of Good, and the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Pediatric Technology Center Business Club. Click here to learn more information about each of these organizations and how they may relate to your interests.