Photos and Testimonials from Internship Challenge Participants

  • UMass ATMC

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    “Comprising of five full-time employees, the company at which I interned allowed me to thrive through regular contributions to several different projects and has introduced me to the intricacies of running a biopharmaceutical company. This experience has inspired me to pursue a career in the business sector of the biopharmaceutical industry.”

    – Renee McKell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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  • Diagnostics for All

    “Diagnostics for All has greatly enjoyed participating in the Internship Challenge program. The interns bring enthusiasm and a fresh perspective to our research projects, and they have readily become invaluable, contributing members of our team. We’re grateful that the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center supports such a valuable program.”

    – Dr. Matthew Stewart, Senior Scientist, Diagnostics for All

  • Imgen BioSciences

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    “The Internship Challenge has given me an excellent opportunity to work with the most welcoming, knowledgeable, and team-oriented group of scientists. I feel that I have been given a chance to be part of something bigger than myself and I appreciate every minute of it.”

    – Crystal Smith, Bridgewater State University

  • TRA360

    “My internship at TRA360 has offered an unparalleled opportunity to learn first-hand about my area of study. I couldn’t be happier.”

    – Ryan Connors, UMass Lowell

  • Bach Pharma

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    Pictured from left to right: Nicholas Hammond, Intern, Bach Pharma, Mark O Henry, CEO, Bach Pharma, Susan Windham-Bannister, President & CEO, Massachusetts Life Sciences Center, Megan Sperry, Intern, Bach Pharma.

    “The internship was very exciting because I had the opportunity to interact with people involved in all aspects of the industry, including research, clinical settings, and business. I think that working at Bach Pharma has given me greater insight into the industry as well as given me skills that I can carry into my future career.”

    – Megan Sperry, Boston University

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