Internships of the Week: Medicine and Health Professions

Pfizer 2020 Summer Student Worker Program

Pfizer’s 2020 Summer Student Worker Program provides short-term student work to support Pfizer’s business needs during the summer months. Students will be able to add value to the business by accomplishing departmental goals while gaining practical and valuable business experience. Student worker positions available include: Clinical Research, Mathematical/Statistical Research, Medical Affairs, and R&D/Science.

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Atlantis Healthcare Research Internship

As the primary writer for your assigned clients and associated projects and patient programs, you will work with the internal cross functional team to understand, articulate and develop copy. Working across a wide variety of channels, you will ensure the content featured within our project and patient program, is consistent with the client strategy, stage of patient journey, brand guidelines, and industry compliance standards. This internship could be a good fit for those interested in Psychology. Learn more and apply here.

Community Mapping Field Coordinator Internship at Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center

Field Coordinators will provide leadership and monitor data collection in the field, facilitate youth development workshops, and support youth in creating community health research projects. The data collected is used to produce an interactive online map that links youth, families, and health providers to the services they need the most (

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Research Opportunity for Med School Gap Year Students

The Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research, a branch of Northwell Health located about 20 miles from Manhattan, is seeking applicants for its 12 month Clinical Outcomes Research Internship program. This paid opportunity is designed for May 2020 graduates seeking to remain in the medical profession. Selected applicants will have the opportunity to work on research projects on a variety of topics in one of five core research areas: Predictive Medicine, Behavioral Research, Decision Science, Community Health, and/or Health Services. Head to the post on Handshake to apply!

Internship on the Non-Profit Side of Health and Medicine

Susan G. Komen North Jersey is looking for Spring and Summer 2020 interns with an interest in public health. The organization addresses breast cancer on multiple fronts such as research, community health, global outreach and public policy initiatives in order to make the biggest impact against this disease. This is a great opportunity to see the other side of the research world – how funding is raised for research and how policy is advocated to support the efforts of researchers and doctors.

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