Meet: Regulatory Affairs Specialist; Philadelphia, PA

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Eli Lilly and Company: Principal Imaging Scientist; Philadelphia, PA

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Einstein Healthcare Network: Emergency Department Research Associate; Philadelphia, PA

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ProScribe: Now Hiring Medical Scribes

Medical scribing is a great way for students to gain healthcare experience prior to applying to medical school, nursing school, or any other healthcare career (especially for those that plan on taking a gap year!) The skills acquired and the connections that are made working as a medical scribe have proven to be invaluable on any applicant’s resume.

Interested students can apply here.

Globus Medical: Biomaterials Associate Project Engineer; Audubon, PA

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Johnson & Johnson: Technology Development Program, Class of 2020 (College Hire, June Start); Philadelphia, PA

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BD [Becton, Dickinson and Company] Now Hiring: Full-Time Positions and Rotational Programs

Below are some full time positions and a few rotational programs that may be of interest to the BME seniors. They are located throughout the continental U.S.

Quality Engineer I – Columbus, NE – Full time
Job ID R-347552

R&D Engineer I – Sandy, UT – Full time
Job ID R-347556

Associate Product Engineer (Climber) July 2020 – Rotational Program, Covington GA
Job ID R-347649

Manufacturing Development Program (MDP) Engineer – Rotational Program, Franklin Lakes NJ
Job ID R-346803

Engineering Development Program (EDP) Engineer – Rotational Program, Vernon Hills IL
Job ID R-344441

Please contact Apoorva Suryadevara AFTER you have applied online.

Innospec Fuel Specialties: Part-Time Lab Tech for Fall 2019; Newark, DE

Open to undergraduates! Two (2) part-time lab techs needed this semester for Innospec Fuel Specialties, LLC‘s Newark job site. Work involves:

  • Working with analytical instrumentation to provide support for our fuel additive technology group
  • Assisting our R&D department with developing novel additive packages for the fuel industry
  • Setting up and monitoring fuel testing for our technical support program
  • Managing incoming fuel samples and prioritizing testing
  • Maintaining a neat and legible laboratory notebook
  • Aiding with customer service kit building
  • Preparing additives for testing and shipping

Candidates must have a basic knowledge and understanding of lab safety, are able to work a MINIMUM of ten (10) hours per week, and currently enrolled in an undergraduate science program. Safety and technical training is provided. No previous experience is required.

Pay rate is $11.50 per hour. Schedule is flexible to accommodate your classes. Lab techs have also been able to earn college credit for work done in the laboratory.

Please contact Arthur Fogiel to apply; include a resume and current semester class schedule OR hours of work availability. For any questions or to contact Arthur directly, he can be reached at 302-451-1365.

Rowan University: Tenure-track Assistant Professor Position, School of Health Professions
Deadline to apply: November 1, 2019

Click here for more information and/or to apply.

West Chester University: Tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Deadline to apply: November 15, 2019

Click here for more information and/or to apply.

Selected applicants will be invited for phone/teleconference interviews. On-campus interviews occurring in early February 2020 will include a demonstration of teaching as well as a research presentation.
Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, a brief statement of research plans, a description of teaching philosophy, and a list of three references with contact information to our online application system. Reference letters will be requested before the candidate is called for a phone/teleconference interview and should be emailed directly by the referees to SEARCH-BME@wcupa.edu with the applicant’s name in the subject line.  Review of completed applications begins on November 15, 2019 and continues until the position is filled.

San Jose State University: Assistant Professor Position, College of Engineering/Biomedical Engineering
Deadline to apply: December 15, 2019

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Southern Teachers: Now Hiring K-12 Educators for 2020-2021 School Year

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Siemens Healthineers Operations Leadership Development Program: Applications for Summer 2020 Now Open

  • Who is Siemens Healthineers? One of the world’s largest suppliers of technology for the healthcare industry and a leader in medical imaging, laboratory diagnostics, clinical IT solutions, and services.
  • What is the OLDP internship? A program that prepares you to support a wide range of businesses as an organizational leader with the possibility of being considered for a full-time program following graduation.
  • Who are we looking for? Rising juniors or seniors with a major in Engineering (Biomedical, Chemical, or Mechanical), GPA of 3.2 or higher, and are willing to relocate for the summer.

Apply to the position on Handshake! Contact Claudia Guzman with any questions.

Travel awards available from keystone symposia

Keystone Symposia offers scholarship opportunities to students and post-doctoral fellows to support travel to our meetings. Join us for outstanding science, community and location.

Winter data science fellowship opportunities from the data incubator
Regular application deadline: October 21, 2019


If you know anyone with a Master’s, PhD, or postdoc degree in STEM and social science fields — or are within one year of graduating with one of those degrees, or are already in the workforce with one of those degrees — then send them to TDI.

We pride ourselves on training the data science leaders of the future with our intensive, 8-week Fellowship program, recently named one of the “15 best data science bootcamps for boosting your career” by CIO. They get hands-on training using live code and real-world data to prepare them for the future of data.


No, seriously. Our data science Fellowship bootcamp is free for Fellows, supported by sponsorships from employers in a variety of industries. We offer in-person training in the tech centers of New York City, San Francisco Bay Area, Boston, and Washington, DC, as well as online. So wherever you’re located, there’s an option just right for you.


Early Application Deadline: October 14, 2019
Regular Application Deadline: October 21, 2019
Challenge Dates: October 31, 2019 — November 04, 2019
Interview Dates: November 11, 2019 — November 22, 2019
Acceptance Notification: By December 06, 2019
Session Dates: January 13, 2020 — March 06, 2020

We assess and interview candidates who apply for the Early Deadline first, and then we look at the Regular Deadline candidates on a first-come, first-served basis depending on remaining availability. So encourage those you recommend to apply early!

Fraud Informatics Symposium @ Fayetteville State University; October 24, 2019

You are invited to attend the 2019 Fraud Informatics Symposium at Fayetteville State University on Thursday, October 24th. The symposium will feature Dr. Dongwon Lee, Associate Professor at Pennsylvania State University and developer of the fraud informatics curriculum for undergraduate students; Dr. Lynn Bible, Associate Professor of Accounting at Fayetteville State University; and Dr. Neal Wagner, former research scientist at MIT and currently a complex systems scientist with Systems & Technology Research.

The symposium is part of an NSF Grant Award to research a Fraud Informatics curriculum in three unique formats.  The event promises to be an information-filled day for instructors at the undergraduate level and those involved in workforce development programs in the Appalachian area.

More information on the symposium, registration, and travel awards can be found at https://www.orau.gov/2019fraudinformatics/.

ORNL Distinguished Staff Fellowship Program
Deadline: November 1, 2019

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is currently accepting applications for the prestigious Distinguished Staff Fellowship Program.  ORNL is the largest and most diverse science and energy laboratory in the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) system. ORNL’s Distinguished Staff Fellowship Program plays a vital role in ensuring the accomplishment of the Laboratory’s mission of delivering scientific discoveries and technological breakthroughs needed to realize solutions in energy and national security and provide economic benefit to the nation.

The goal of the Distinguished Staff Fellowship Program is to identify and develop future ORNL leaders in science and technology. The Program offers early-career scientists and engineers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to conduct world-class research at a premier institution, providing generous support as the Fellows initiate long-term careers at the Laboratory.

ORNL’s targeted research directions include:

  • Discovery and design of new materials and chemical processes for energy
  • Scaling computing and data analytics to exascale and beyond
  • Science and applications of neutron scattering
  • Breakthrough nuclear technologies and systems
  • Complexity in biological and environmental systems
  • Isotope production and applications
  • Development and manufacturing of integrated energy systems
  • Science & Technology to address complex security challenges
  • Quantum materials and information sciences
  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Quantitative biology and genome security
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning

Applicants must have received their PhD in a STEM field before they begin their fellowship and can be no more than 5 years beyond receiving their doctorate when they apply. They cannot be current ORNL employees. Because Fellows serve as ORNL representatives with the U.S. Department of Energy and other research and development sponsors, demonstrated leadership skills are also integral to selection.

For additional information regarding the Weinberg, Wigner, and Russell Fellowships offered through the ORNL Distinguished Staff Fellowships Program, please visit the website: https://www.ornl.gov/careers/distinguished-fellowships.  The application deadline is Friday, November 1, 2019.

Delaware IDeAs Symposium

Thursday, November 7 @ Tower at STAR, University of Delaware
There is no fee to attend this scientific symposium, but registration is required, as we are expecting a large turnout and space is limited.

National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) Grant Writing Group
Applications DUE November 11, 2019

Interested in writing a NIH Proposal? Get expert advice, feedback, and support from a grant writing coaching group!

Apply Today!

University of Utah Grant Writing Coaching Research Study

  • Are you finding it challenging to learn the intricacies of writing NIH-style research proposals?
  • Do you struggle with making a compelling case to reviewers for the importance of your research project?
  • Are you having trouble getting consistent feedback from experts as you write research proposals?

If any or all of these apply to you, then consider applying for entry into the University of Utah Grant Writing Coaching Research Study funded by the NIH Common Fund (grant U01 GM132366; administered by the NIGMS). This study will compare variations of an established grant writing group coaching process to identify features that influence its effectiveness.

To be eligible you must be:

  • A postdoctoral fellow or faculty member who has never been Principal Investigator for an R01-level research grant.
  • Actively writing an NIH K or R proposal, or a similar national grant application, as of January, 2020.
  • Able to identify a scientific advisor (mentor or near-peer in your field) who can offer scientific feedback on your proposal and engage with the coaching process as part of the study.
  • A U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident

What does the study involve?

Participants will experience a 4-6 month intensive writing and feedback process with skilled coaches via a combination of in-person (1.5 days) and virtual meetings (~25 total hours). Depending on randomization, some participants will receive an additional 6 months of coaching support. In addition, participants will be asked to respond to ~5 surveys, each taking approximately 30 minutes to complete, and a semi-structured interview, and a semi-structured interview. Participants will receive $500 to offset travel and hotel expenses for the required in-person kickoff event in Salt Lake City, Utah.

This study is part of a consortium of independent research projects affiliated with the NIH National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN), supported by NIH grant #U01 GM132366 and IRB approval #00113440 (University of Utah IRB).

The first cohort will kickoff January 23 or 24, 2020 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

For more information about this study, and to apply before November 11, 2019, visit the website HERE. The study team can also be reached at NRMNUtah@utah.edu.

NIIMBL eXperience Program: June 1-5, 2020

The NIIMBL eXperience is a hands-on, expenses-paid week-long program for college freshmen and sophomores to gain real-world insight into career opportunities in biopharmaceutical manufacturing. This program is open to college students enrolled at Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs) or historically underrepresented minority students at NIIMBL member academic institutions. Students will learn about the operations of large biomanufacturers, cutting edge technologies of small companies, and how federal agencies interact with industry to ensure products are safe for patients.

Click here for the application website and access to all details.

Clean Energy Policy Internship for Post-Degree Candidates

Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education is currently accepting applications for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Science, Technology and Policy (STP) Program.  This internship is with the U.S. Clean Energy Education and Empowerment (C3E) Initiative.  As an intern embedded within the C3E initiative, you will get to develop educationally and professionally while participating in policy-related projects at DOE’s EERE office in Washington, D.C. The goal of the C3E effort is to close the gender gap and increase participation, leadership and success of women in clean energy fields. You will collaborate with DOE Senior Program Advisors and engage closely with your mentor to move this initiative forward. You will also learn how to plan, manage and execute initiative activities, including organizing meetings and collaborations within the agency and with partnering organizations, solicitation of new ideas for how to grow the C3E, as well as new strategic directions and activities.

For a full description of this internship and to submit your application, visit https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-STP-SP-2019-2200. If you have questions, send an email to DOE-RPP@orise.orau.govPlease include the reference code for the opportunity [DOE-EERE-STP-SP-2019-2200] in your email subject line.

Solar Energy Innovators Program Opportunity

The purpose of the Solar Energy Innovators Program is to enable selected applicants to conduct practical research on innovative solutions to the challenges faced by electric utilities, energy service providers, and electric public utility commissions as the levels of solar energy, as well as other distributed energy resources (DERs), increase on the electrical grid.

Selected applicants, referred to as “Innovators” herein, will participate for up to two years at a Host Institution on one or more topics related to the integration of solar energy.  The applicant to this program is the prospective Innovator. The applicant must identify a Host Institution and potential mentor at a utility, energy service provider, or public utilities commission (PUC) currently conducting research in an area related to the integration of solar energy onto the electricity grid.    Host Institutions may seek potential Innovators that are eligible to apply to the program, but it is the potential Innovator, not the Host Institution or mentor, who submits the application and supporting materials to this site.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Applications are downloaded for review on the first of the month, and applicants can expect to hear whether they move to the next stage within 30 days. Subsequent selection process stages include telephone interviews of the applicant and mentor. The process from application submittal to Innovator start date is approximately 3 months.  For more information and to apply visit https://www.zintellect.com/Opportunity/Details/DOE-EERE-RPP-SETO-2019-2100.

From The Scientist: New Journal Seeks Typically Overlooked Studies

Read the article here.
Official site for Cambridge University Press and Experimental Results.

UCLA Samueli School of Engineering Future Faculty Lectures Program

UCLA Samueli School of Engineering has initiated a Future Faculty Lectures program for advanced PhD students and post-doctoral scholars to visit UCLA to present their work.  We welcome you to apply to our Future Faculty Lectures — an opportunity for advanced Ph.D. students and postdoctoral scholars to assess whether the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering is the best fit for a faculty position. Our goal is to help our faculty tackle today’s greatest engineering challenges and empower students to become future change agents.

If selected, you will be invited to present an hour-long seminar on your research; tour the vibrant UCLA campus; and meet with current faculty over lunch. We believe a relaxed environment with open dialog is the best way to learn about each other and the opportunities available at UCLA Samueli. The school will support all travel and lodging expenses.

National Institute of Health: Development Positions

The Formulation & Stability group at the Vaccine Production Program (VPP/VRC/NIAID) at the National Institutes of Health is actively recruiting to fill both entry and mid-level formulation development positions. The person filling this position will be part of a dynamic and motivated team working on the characterization, formulation and development of multiple types of biologic vaccine candidates, including virus-like Particles, monoclonal antibodies, and protein nanoparticles.

Princeton University: Data Scientists for Schmidt DataX Project

The Center for Statistics and Machine Learning’s DataX Fund supports the hiring of six data scientists who will create and improve data-analysis software to operate at large scale, leading to faster discovery, wider impact and greater continuity.

These data scientists will work in faculty-led, collaborative, multidisciplinary environments, and leverage their skills to advance the progress of data-driven scientific discovery. Three research areas are of particular interest:

  • Catalysis – led by the Department of Chemistry, in collaboration with other departments including Chemical Engineering, Molecular Biology, and Computer Science.
  • Biomedical Data Science – led by the Department of Computer Science, in collaboration with the Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics, Princeton Neuroscience Institute, and additional engineering departments.
  • Technology Policy – led by the Center for Information Technology Policy.

Prior expertise in the above areas is not required — the data scientists will be mentored in the relevant research area. They will have access to Princeton’s first-class resources and have the opportunity to co-author academic publications.

These are 3-year appointments offering a very competitive salary and excellent opportunities for growth and future career opportunities. The positions are part of the Schmidt DataX project, an initiative made possible by a major gift from Schmidt Futures. Feel free to contact Project Manager, Ellen DiPippo if you have any questions about the position or process.


Students at the University of Delaware are exclusively eligible to apply to the following fellowships and scholarships:

  1. UD offers a NSF IGERT program in Systems Biology of Cells in Engineered Environments (SBE2), a multi-disciplinary doctoral traineeship program for students interested in studying Cells in Engineered Environments using the technologies and approaches of Systems Biology.
  2. The George W. Laird Merit Fellowship is given to students working toward graduate degrees in the College of Engineering.

Graduate students conducting research in biomedical engineering can apply for numerous fellowships and scholarships:

  1. NIH’s F31 awards provide predoctoral individuals with supervised research training in specified health and health-related areas leading toward the research degree (e.g., Ph.D.).
  2. The National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) helps ensure the vitality and diversity of the human resource base of science and engineering in the United States by recognizing and supporting outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics disciplines who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees at accredited US institutions.
  3. The Force & Motion Foundation offers scholarships for promising research involving multi-axis measurement or multi-axis testing.
  4. The Hertz Foundation offers awards to the nation’s most remarkable PhD students in the physical, biological and engineering sciences.
  5. The Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program established by the Department of Defense supports students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines providing them the opportunity to receive a full scholarship and be gainfully employed upon degree completion.
  6. Through the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate fellowship program, the Department of Defense (DoD) awards three-year graduate fellowships to individuals who have demonstrated the ability and special aptitude for advanced training in science and engineering.
  7. GEM Fellowships are doctoral fellowships at participating GEM Member Universities for underrepresented minority students.
  8. National Physical Science Consortium (NPSC) graduate fellowships are awarded to individuals pursuing graduate degrees in the physical sciences and related engineering fields, emphasizing recruitment of a diverse applicant pool.
  9. The Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Medical Research Fellows Program gives students the opportunity to immerse themselves in a year of basic, translational, or applied biomedical research.
  10. Google offers numerous scholarships to students.
  11. The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans are given to permanent residents, naturalized citizens if born abroad, or children of naturalized citizen parents for their graduate education.
  12. The National Security Agency (NSA) awards Women In Defense Horizons Scholarships to women pursuing a course of study aimed at a career in national security.
  13. The PEO foundation offers scholarships/fellowships to support graduate education for women.
  14. Fogarty International Center has a directory of non-NIH funding opportunities.

To find more funding opportunities specific to your qualifications, use the Pathways to Science form.

Fellowships/Scholarships for Prospective Undergraduates

Nextiva Business Scholarship: Deadline is May 1, 2020
Program aims to support aspiring students studying in fields related to Business or STEAM (science, tech, engineering, arts, math) to reach their highest potential. Nextiva will award selected students $1,000 for the upcoming school year. The scholarship is open to all students residing in the United States. Nextiva encourages students of any background, gender, and ethnicity to apply for the scholarship.


Student Organizations: The university has over 300 registered student organizations available so students can participate in a wide range of activities.

  • UD’s Biomedical Engineering Society student chapter was approved in summer 2012. After being a registered student club for a year, it fulfilled the requirements to become an official chapter. Last year it piloted a peer mentor program to match freshman with older undergrads, based on selection criteria such as hometown and future career plans. Mentors and mentees frequently met and were encouraged to attend professional development events. BMES also kicked-off a hands-on engineering project with Prof. Cole Galloway in the Physical Therapy department. Dr. Galloway’s lab modifies off-the-shelf toy race cars to provide mobility to children who can’t crawl or walk due to cerebral palsy. The BMES students worked to transform these cars into power walkers for these children. In addition to these two programs, they fostered undergraduate interactions and investigated programs for the future (such as GREs, MCATs and graduate school programs).
    Interested in finding out more? Please contact Emily Day, faculty advisor for BMES.
Honor and Professional Societies
  • Student Honor and Professional societies: The college of engineering offers a variety of engineering organizations for students. They can choose one in the engineering college or in their particular engineering field.
Study Abroad
  • International Experience: Study abroad programs in locations throughout the world are available to students at the University of Delaware. We offer short term programs during the Winter Session that include classes to fulfill general education (breadth) requirements. We also offer immersion experiences for the duration of an entire semester to enhance fluency in a foreign language.
Extracurricular Activities
Internships or Part-Time Work
  • NEW! Refer to the ‘Job Opportunities’ or ‘Career Development’ tab for the most recent updates and their deadlines.
  • New research opportunities coming soon!
  • The university offers a variety of resources through their Engineering Outreach Program for part-time students who already hold full-time jobs.