Req ID: 9063
Employment Status: AT – Active – Temporary
The Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics (DBHi) at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) periodically offers internship, co-op, and student mentoring opportunities so that students can gain applied experience on biomedical and bioinformatics-focused projects. Our students are responsible for 1-3 mentored independent research projects with opportunities for publication and presentation throughout their tenure. In addition to the student-led projects, we offer an informatics community invested in the growth of our students and expose students to multiple projects outside of their immediate area of expertise. We accommodate school program-specific requirements including evaluations, capstone projects, etc. for credit and may provide salary or stipend support.
We are currently collecting CV’s from individuals interested in any of the following informatics areas:
- bioinformatics and genome analysis
- clinical data ETL and reporting
- data science and machine learning
- application development
- mobile health
- electronic health records
- statistical genetics
- scientific computing and infrastructure
Guidance for Applications:
- Apply with both a CV and cover letter
- Cover letter should contain:
o General areas of interest
o Availability and limitations associated with the academic year or summer term.
- The CV should contain:
o Information on the currently enrolled academic program and expected degree(s) and graduation date(s).
o A listing of relevant coursework.
Required Education and Experience
Required Education: Enrollment in an accredited college or university.
Additional Technical Requirements
- An interest in one or more areas of informatics listed in the above description.
- Experience with at least one general programming language (e.g. Python, R, Java, SQL) is preferred.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Able to work in an organized manner, work well with others, with attention to detail.
- Must have initiative and good problem solving skills.
- Training in areas of research, security, and compliance may be required based on the nature of the activities in which the student participates.
All CHOP employees who work in a patient building or who provide patient care are required to receive an annual influenza vaccine unless they are granted a medical or religious exemption.