The Taylor Collaboration will be at the USF Career Fair today. Come check us out and see what internships we are offering!
Our calendar will tell you what time to be there!
Meet Menaka– our Monthly Research Rotation Intern! She graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in mechanical engineering last fall. She has applied to PhD programs for the Fall of 2015 and is currently exploring research to better inform her graduate school decision. She was interested in the MRRI program as a chance to see medical device research and development up-close, and also curious about how she would fare working with cadavers.
Meet one of our newest interns– Jinseop Sim! He is a senior mechanical engineering student at UC Berkeley, and a native of South Korea. He started his internship on February 13. This is his first time working in a bio-mechanics lab and so far it has been very rewarding as a mechanical engineering student. “There are lot things to learn here and I believe it will guide me in multiple directions as an engineer.” One major thing Jinseop wants to accomplish here is to get hands-on bio-mechanic experience and application of academic knowledge.
Learn more about and apply for our Monthly Research Rotation Internship program here!
The San Francisco orthopaedic residency program is holding a surgical training course femur fracture treatment today in the Taylor Collaboration’s wet lab. The course will be proctored by Dr. Jennifer Van Warmerdam. To see how you can use our lab space visit the Surgical Traning Course page.
The Taylor Collaboration had a full week! Taylor was at the California Maritime Academy Career Fair as well as the Berkeley Career Fair. We generated a lot of interest in our internships, and are very excited about all the wonderful candidates.