Ben Tiede ’05, former double-major in biology and biochemistry & molecular biology, tackles the issues of global health, public policy and advocacy at Johnson & Johnson.
After a two-year NIH research fellowship, Young Alumni Trustee Kayla Muirhead ’15 shares how to prep for a grad program in the burgeoning field of genetic counseling.
“Dickinson opened my eyes to perspectives I had never thought of before,” says Liam Stenson Ortiz ’19, who plans to turn his language and science education into an international career in medicine.
Simona Bajgai '20 is expanding her skills and building her confidence in the lab as a summer research intern at the Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research (IISER).
Zoey Miller '20 is a research intern at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, where she is refining her lab skills, growing her professional network and gaining valuable work experience.
After completing his first year at Dickinson, Tao Xu '21 went to the University of Alabama for a hands-on internship working in the lab alongside leading experts and medical professionals.
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.
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