After getting plenty of hands-on cancer research experience at Dickinson, Grace Crossland '18 will be working at the Jacks Lab at MIT’s Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research.
Graduating seniors secure jobs with the National Institutes of Health, Thomas Jefferson University and the U.S. Army.
Graduating seniors are accepted into medical school and other graduate programs.
For Ph.D. candidates Rizwan Saffie ’14 and Myungsun Shin ’14, Dickinson was the perfect launch pad for advanced scientific research.
Max Yoshida '19 is a neuroscience and biochemistry double major, and he's using his internship experience from Johns Hopkins Medicine, Drug Discovery to pave the way to medical school.
During her internship experience, Lauren Kageler '20 was able to participate in many different projects and tasks, broadening her skill set and opening the door for more opportunities.
Usually, internships give students an idea for what job they want. In Madison Weirick '18's case, she's using her experience at the Scripps Research Institute to guide her toward graduate school.
During her internship with the International Rescue Committee, Titi Ogunsola '19 discovered her love for international relations, public health policy and even a new affinity for the Arabic language.
The 2017 Roy Mohler Prize for aspiring medical students was recently awarded to co-recipients Cole Rinehart ’17 and Emma Batchelder ’17.
The 32nd Annual Science Student Research Symposium highlights wide-ranging work with potential implications on climate change, sustainable pest control and more.
Posse Scholar Rinaldys Castillo ’17 beat the odds when, a year after coming to the U.S. and learning English, he rose to the top of his class. Now he’s preparing for a biomedical career at Dickinson.
From researching influenza to skydiving and scuba diving, biochemistry & molecular biology major Nancy Gomez ’18 is not afraid to jump into life headfirst.
Before coming to campus, Leah Wachsmuth ’19 volunteered and worked in Malaysia, Tanzania, Sri Lanka and Germany. Discover the experience that crystallized her career path and why she's a Dickinsonian.
Emma Batchelder ’17 (biochemistry & molecular biology) describes her summer cancer research at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
Maggie Wheeler '17 (biology and biochemistry & molecular biology) prepares to pursue a Ph.D. through an internship with the National Cancer Institute.
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