Surgical Research Summer Internship Program

Are you looking for a paid summer internship?

Application Deadline: January 21, 2019 at 8 AM

The US Army Institute of Surgical Research has an opening for an intern this summer!

Undergraduate students from accredited colleges and universities (such as ours) are invited to apply to conduct research at the USAISR.  The internship starts on Monday, 3 June, and will end on Friday, 9 August 2019. This internship will provide an opportunity for students interested in science, engineering or medical career fields to participate in research directed at improving the care of injured military service members and society at large. Selected candidates will be compensated $2,750.00 per month, based upon full-time participation.

If you are chosen, you will get to work with a USAISR staff mentor and their research team throughout your scientific investigation. The areas and their descriptions can be found through the link provided in the bottom of this post.

Open to bachelorette candidates only. U.S. Citizenship is required.
Find more information and apply here.


Want to jump start your search for the right research program? Check out this listing of programs that have recently reached out to CBC students.

Orthopedic One Research Assistant Position

Applications close January 5th, 2019 at 12:00am.

Orthopedic ONE is seeking to fill a 1 year full-time research assistant position to begin Summer 2019. This is a great opportunity for a 2019 graduate interested in building experience and CV during a gap year prior to attending medical school. between undergrad and medical school. The assistant will be responsible for supporting a Orthopedic One Physician and research coordinator in clinical research activity. This is a paid position.

Some of the responsibilities are the following:

  • Facilitate clinical research studies conducted by principal investigator(s) including but not limited to collection, compilation and documentation of clinical research data.
  • Coordinate the development of forms, questionnaires and the application of research techniques.
  • Assist with data collection for existing and new prospective and retrospective studies via direct patient contact in the clinic, electronically, or by telephone.

The ideal candidate is currently studying or completion of Life Science, Biology, Physiology or Nursing degree program. Experience in orthopedics and/or IDE research highly desirable but not required. A command of the English language and various formatting techniques such as MLA is also required.

More information and the application can be found on the Handshake listing.

Cross World Medics Summer Programs in South Africa!

Cross World Medics is currently accepting applications for their 2018 Summer Shadow and Service Programs. They are offering 1-8 week Medical, Nursing, Midwifery, and Veterinary programs in South Africa! The Cross World Medics program aims to democratize healthy living, but focuses more on clinical experience and community service. Students will be assigned to a clinic or hospital in South Africa to learn about global health initiatives, shadow health professionals, and serve vulnerable communities.

Cross World Medics Interns will:

  • Gain international experience on the ground in global health initiatives.
  • Shadow health professionals and cultivate lifelong relationships.
  • Distinguish themselves as applicants to medical/graduate school
  • Immerse themselves in diversity through service and excursions.
  • Collaborate with groups of university students from around the world.
  • Enhance health care skills in real-world environments

For  more information on these health programs, visit their Beyond Shadowing Page or apply online with their 2018 Application.

The application deadline is Feb. 28, 2018, so don’t wait!

Want to jump start your search for the right research program? Check out this listing  of programs that have recently reached out to CBC students

US Army Institute of Surgical Research 2017 Summer Program

This is a fully paid internship in Maryland for the US Army.  It is an excellent opportunity to get paid to work in STEM.

 

The US Army Institute of Surgical Research (USAISR) is seeking applications for summer internship
appointments for undergraduate students from accredited colleges and universities to conduct research at the USAISR.

The intent of the undergraduate student internship is to provide an opportunity for students interested in science, engineering or medical career fields to participate in research directed at improving the care of injured military service members and society at large.  This mentored research experience will expose interns to ongoing efforts in integrated science, technology and engineering solutions at the nation’s premier military trauma research institute.  Selected candidates will be compensated $2,750.00 per month, based upon full-time participation. usaisr_logo

Applications are online through the USAISR Maryland website, as well as more information on the program.

Eligibility Requirements

  • U.S. Citizenship
  • Undergraduate Students who completed the first year requirements or above
  • Overall GPA of 3.5+.
  • Degree discipline must be in STEM or related.

This is a valuable opportunity for students who aspire to a medical profession.  Undergraduates rarely get fully funded internship opportunities!!

Employment Opportunity: Become a Medical Provider Scribe for Local Physicians!

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Are you looking to work closely with physicians to gain experience in medicine, disease processes, medical procedures and decision-making? Consider becoming a Medical Provider Scribe!

ScribeAmerica is a company that recruits scribes for individual physicians across the country, and it is currently looking for students in Columbus, Ohio who can work full-time, part-time, day and night shifts. The essential roles performed by a scribe include working with an assigned physician to document the following:

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  • Physical examinations
  • Results of laboratory/radiological tests
  • Eventual diagnosis and disposition

This is an exceptional opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a medical setting, although it does require applicants to be committed, sharp and determined to succeed. The most sought-after candidates are dependable and hard-working employees that have a desire for an eventual career in medicine. Moreover, there are multiple shifts, usually lasting 8-12 hours, which consist of following a single physician. It is expected that each scribe can commit to 2 shifts per week for at least 2 years.

Paid classroom & clinical training is provided. The training is extensive and intense. Each employee will have multiple training sessions both in the classroom and the emergency department during which we teach the flow of the emergency room, extensive medical terminology, and appropriate medical/legal documentation.

Once again, this is an amazing opportunity for students. In addition to the benefits previously mentioned, student scribes will have access to competitive pay, benefits, flexible scheduling, and great learning experiences.

For more information, you may visit www.scribeamerica.com, or click here to apply directly. You may also contact Elizabeth Berrios at elizabeth.berrios@scribeamerica.com if you have more questions.

New Honors Course Offered in Autumn 2016

Primary Care Across Countries—Honors (PUBHHMP 4660H/HTHRHSC 4660H) will be offered in Autumn 2016. Chemistry and Biochemistry students pursuing graduate school, professional school, or looking to work in the medical or health fields may be particularly interested in this course.

Topics include the exploration of why access to high-quality health care is important for the overall heath of the population, and understanding how different countries practice primary care. Students will look in-depth at countries-including Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, and United Kingdom-to gain an understanding and respect for the multifaceted face of primary care systems in light of political, economic, cultural, social, and historical contexts. Finally, students will look at the outcomes these systems have on various aspects of society.

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When?

  • Mondays 2:15 PM – 4:45 PM.

With Who?

  • Lorraine S. Wallace, PhD

Why?

  • To gain an understanding of how primary care systems are constructed.
  • Understand the political, economic, multicultural, social and historical contexts of their systems development.
  • See the outcomes of each system on various segments of society.

Have any questions?

Contact Lorraine S. Wallace, wallace.621@osu.edu.