please see below for opportunities that may be of interest to biological sciences majors
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Co-op Summer Intern Position
Co-Op (4-6 months): Starting from July 10 or July 24 or August 7. Summer Intern (3 months): Starting from May 22 or June 5.
Job Description - Drug Development - Proteins Co-Op (233075) (taleo.net) protein conjugation, cIEF, HIC chromatography. (in my group)
Job Description - Drug Metabolism Pharmacokinetics Fall Co-Op (231731) (taleo.net) Elisa based platforms. (Bioanalytical science group)
Health Systems Management Graduate Program
The Rush University Health Systems Management Department would like to invite any graduating students interested in healthcare administration to their upcoming Onsite Event. It will take place on April 14th from 10:00 am- 2:00 pm. Students will attend a Q&A with HSM staff, have lunch with current HSM students, tour campus, and hear from a financial aid representative.
Please see flyer for more information.
RSVP for this event by contacting Elena Delagera, HSM Program Coordinator, at email@example.com
IPR Summer Undergraduate Research Assistants Program
Northwestern Undergraduates: You can earn money and gain hands-on research experience at the Institute for Policy Research as a Summer Undergraduate Research Assistant. Learn about the research process with IPR faculty experts and work on real studies.
IPR is accepting applications for its Summer Undergraduate Research Assistants Program.
Please visit IPR's website, and download the flyer here for more information.
Northwestern's Master of Science in Law (MSL) Program
- The MSL curriculum focuses on aspects of law and policy that are most relevant to technology and other STEM professionals: business law, entrepreneurship, innovation, regulatory strategy, intellectual property, data privacy & security, healthcare, and many others
- MSL classes are taught by a combination of core Northwestern Law faculty and an impressive group of industry experts, including entrepreneurs in the biomedical field and faculty from the Feinberg School of Medicine and the Kellogg School of Management.
- The program can be completed full-time in nine months, or part-time online in two to four years.
For more information: an online information session coming up on Wednesday, April 12th at 5:30pm CT – this is a great way to learn more about this innovative program and hear directly from faculty and students. Students can register directly via this link.