The new fellowship supports research and internships both on campus and off, across the academic year and through the summer.
University of Maryland School of Dentistry and world-renowned R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center welcome their first two Dickinsonians into new program.
Neuroscience majors secure jobs in medical research and accepted to graduate school..
“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.
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