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Industry Internships for Motivated Biology-Based Graduate Students

Jugnu Jain
CEO at Sapien Biosciences & Saarum Sciences

We offer 2 to 12 month research internships for bright diligent motivated graduate students in Biology, Biotech, Pharmacy, Bioinformatics, Health data analytics etc. The internships can be hands-on lab experience (molecular biology, cell biology, diagnostics, FACS etc.), or in medical data analysis, sample and clinical data organization in EMR/EHR databases. Specific clinically-relevant projects focused on patient treatment paradigms e.g., breast cancer, stent procedures drugs and outcomes, cost-benefit analysis of targeted drugs are also available.

Lab-based training is available at Hyderabad, whilst data and project-based training is available at Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata and other metro locations where Apollo Hospitals are present.

Appropriate ethical approval for projects involving handling of patient material or data is always taken. Students are trained in confidentiality and safety norms.

In addition to a certificate of internship and thesis, students are encouraged to present their findings in conferences. Longer-term interns that make significant contribution to projects may also be acknowledged in presentations and publications from our group. Mentoring of students aspiring for MS/PhD abroad is done on a case-by-case basis.

7 replies
  1. SWARAJ MOHANTY
    SWARAJ MOHANTY says:

    Respected Sir/Madam,
    I Swaraj Mohanty pursuing final year of B.tech (BIOTECHNOLOGY) is glad to know that this organization providing internship for the new comers. I want to join for this internship program because this work will fulfil my academic project work, but due to my academic semester examination I can not join on this september, and i may allow to join from 1st January 2017. So is there any possibility to get this opportunity ?

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  2. Bharat
    Bharat says:

    A good initiative. We need to engage young minds as early as possible. It make business sense too because R&D usually needs long term commitment and proper mentoring.

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