“Dickinson was a right fit for me because I value having close interactions with my professors,” says Seblewongel Enyew '24, a neuroscience major and recipient of the Forney P. George Scholarship.
Graduating seniors secure jobs and are accepted to Columbia University and the University of Maryland.
“Through my labs, I learn and develop techniques that will benefit me in my future career,” says Stephanie Uroda ’23, a prize-winning student researcher preparing for a career in neuroscience.
The hands-on athletics opportunity offers both a valuable work-study experience and an on-ramp to the medical field.
Neuroscience major Jessie Scarlett '22 is sharpening skills in clinical research, rock climbing, leadership, improv and more.
Learn more about Jacquelyn Curtis ’22, a biochemistry & molecular biology and neuroscience double major who's preparing for a medical career after Dickinson.
Learn how student-faculty cancer research, internships with leading health care providers and close mentoring relationships with faculty are preparing Irem Ozturk ’22 for a future in medicine.
Across the country, and the globe, Dickinson students engaged in a wide variety of summer internships.
Graduating neuroscience majors launch careers in health care and are accepted into graduate programs at Columbia University and Brandeis University.
Exploration of a wide range of topics inspires impressive research papers and essays.
Meet Tao Xu ’21, a Student Senate officer, tour guide and scholarship awardee from China who’s interned at two medical colleges so far.
Neuroscience majors launch jobs in health care and medical research and are accepted into graduate programs at the Mayo Clinic, the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, and Villanova University.
"Dickinson provided me with the best mentors," says Justina Warnick ’20, who researched neurodegenerative disease and addiction and will attend med school on full scholarship.
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