The Taylor Collaboration has partnered up with Stanford University once again! Audrey Martin, one of our engineering interns here is working with the Department of Neurosurgery in their spine biomechanics lab. Audrey has been working with Dr. Yi since January and will be supporting the project throughout the spring. She has been helping Dr. Yi in the preparation work for current and future spine range of motion studies.
In total we have received over 50 resumes from over 20 different universities for our Summer Internship Program. Universities like Drexel, University of Pittsburgh, Wake Forest, University of Connecticut, Berkeley, and the University of South Carolina are just some of the fantastic institutions our applicants are applying from. We start our interviews this week, and are looking forward to this summer. To learn more about this program visit our internships page at http://www.taylorcollaboration.org/internships/!
We had a fantastic time hosting a lab for the AOTC Symposium on Saturday! Below you will find a few images from the day.
To find out more about the symposium visit our previous news post about it!
This year The Taylor Collaboration launced the Monthly Research Rotation Internship (MRRI) Program. This internship program is geared towards those seeking a graduate degree in a bio-related major such as Biomedical Engineering, Bioengineering and also Mechanical Engineering. This internship will give you hands on lab experience for a period of one month.
To learn more about it and to apply visit our MRRI Program page!
Here are a few pictures from the fantastic course that was held at the Taylor Collaboration on Monday, April 1st. Acumed was here to sponsor an Orthopaedic Surgical Resident Training Course of their Acutrak 2. To learn more about the course check out our previous news post.
The 2nd annual Association of Orthopaedic Technologists California (AOTC) symposium and workshop will be held at St. Mary’s Medical Center on Saturday, April 5th. The Taylor Collaboration will be coordinating a surgical cadaver wet lab where the focus will be on Rotator Cuff Repair (RTC) and Reverse Total Shoulder (RTS).
We are very excited yet again to be apart of this fantastic symposium!