The Clinical Research Office’s Internship program offers healthcare focused recent college graduates the opportunity to work as a CRA on one of our clinical or project management teams.
The Interns gain valuable skills in areas such as data capture and entry, data analysis, protocol writing, quality assurance, laboratory procedures, and regulatory affairs related to clinical research. As part of this program, interns participate in a quality improvement project and analyze the data as part of a poster/abstract presentation.
Clinical Research Office Interns Spring and Fall 2019
Justin Lorentzen studied Health Science as an undergrad and hopes to become a Dermatologist. This internship is providing Justin with the opportunity to interact with patients and gain more exposure to research, both in the clinic and in the laboratory settings. Justin is seeing first-hand how an effective healthcare team operates and the importance of proper data management.
Kenstin Nnaji studied Nutritional Sciences as an undergrad and hopes to become a Pharmacist. As an undergrad, Kenstin, did not have a lot of exposure to research and hopes to gain a better understanding of research in both the laboratory and clinical environments.
William New studied Applied Physiology and Kinesiology as an undergrad and hopes to become an OB/GYN Fertility Specialist. This internship is providing Will more exposure to clinical research involving patient and drug development. Will is enjoying the patient interaction, learning data capturing/documentation, and building trusting relationships with the healthcare team.