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Through internship awards the MDB Program provides many opportunities for graduate students to explore diverse career options. All students who have successfully passed the PhD candidacy exam will be eligible for this award, although preference will be given to more senior students. Internships can be of any length (2 - 3 months is average) and can occur at any time of the year. Once approved by the MDB Program and mentor, support for travel, stipend, and other expenses will be provided on an as–needed basis. The immediate benefit to the student is the acquisition of new skill sets that will lead to more innovative research, and wider career prospects. Equally importantly, the student will establish new contacts that will hopefully lead to postdoctoral opportunities or future jobs in outstanding environments.
The internships can include, but are not restricted to:
We encourage students to explore the possibility of extended visits to laboratories where they may learn techniques that will benefit their research, or where they may want to pursue post-doctoral training.
Full-time, hands-on internships at biotech or pharmaceutical companies either in Cincinnati or elsewhere can be facilitated by the MDB Program through stipend support. A list of area biotech companies is available.
Support for students interested in teaching careers is provided in several ways.
Students interested in any of these opportunities should contact:
Rashmi S. Hegde, PhDCo-Director, MDB Graduate Programrashmi.firstname.lastname@example.org
Markaisa Black in the lab.
Sean McGrath in the lab.
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