The Englander Institute for Precision Medicine’s internship program is intended for students in the medical, life science, computational and engineering fields with an interest in precision medicine. Since the Institute’s inception, we have mentored trainees ranging from high school, undergrad, and medical school, to rotating residents and fellows in various areas of the clinic, laboratory, and bioinformatics. We aim to introduce young scientists and engineers to the fast-paced advancements in precision medicine and foster the future of genomic medicine.
Plan of Study
Students will partner with EIPM faculty mentors and will be paired with staff to help integrate them to the multidisciplinary team. In addition to individual and group projects, students are invited to attend regular EIPM events, including seminar series, working groups and journal clubs, weekly lectures at Weill Cornell Medicine. Weekly workshop will also focus on professional development.
The program culminates with an interactive poster session to showcase projects to Weill Cornell Medicine.
- CLiCi: An iOS Application to Provide Clinical Context for PMKB Interpretations
- iOS Applications for Patient Reported Data
- Training a Custom AI Voice Model to Improve Voice Recognition of Medical Terminology
- Stork3D: Visualizing Human Blastocysts after in vitro fertilization in Spatial Computing
- A fully-fledged annotation system for medical data in Spatial Computing
- Deconvolution App for the Tumor Microenvironment
- RNA Sequencing Pipeline
- Mixed Reality for a Precision Medicine Laboratory
- Cataloging patient material as a foundation for the transition to LIMS
- Utilization of Imaging Mass Cytometry to Explore Neuropathology of Alzheimer’s Disease Mouse Model
- Optimization of Organoid Cell Viability Assays
- Optimization of High Content Imaging for High Throughput Drug Screening
- Automated Classification of Flow Cytometry Data using Random Forest Trees
- Drug Repurposing Neural Network
- Developing Artificial Intelligent Agents to Enhance Access to the Precision Medicine Knowledge Base
- Leveraging Big Data to Diagnose the Primary Risk Factors of Sleep Apnea
- Genomic In Silico Models: Simulating Tumor Genomes with BAMSurgeon
- Extended and Automated Flow Cytometric Analysis of Acute Myeloid Leukemia
- FISH (fluorescent in situ hybridization)
“Mentorship at all levels, through formal programs and informal relationships, is especially important in nurturing the next generation of leaders and allowing us to advance more efficiently across our mission.”