Duke University Integrated Health Sciences Internship Program 2018
Internship opportunities are available at the Duke Center for Living for motivated graduate or undergraduate students majoring in health science, exercise physiology, kinesiology or human physiology.
Interns gain experience working with clinical trials investigating the effects of exercise interventions on cardiovascular and metabolic outcomes in the laboratory of Dr. William Kraus.
- Interns will be assigned one or more mentors to help coordinate their specific internship goals and responsibilities, and will report to this person for the duration of the internship
- Internships are 15 weeks in duration and available fall, spring and summer semesters
- All interns will be expected to work 40 hours per week
- Non-paid, but travel expenses and/or rent expenses are offered up to a total of $2000
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Deadlines for SPRING 2018:
Application due by – October 30th, 2017
Decision made by – November 21st, 2017
Interested individuals should send a résumé and cover letter (describing their background, academic standing/GPA, interests, and career goals and why they want to do this internship), along with contact information for three professional or academic references to Cris Slentz, Ph.D., Director Intern Program at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For summer 2018 opportunities, contact the Director of Intern Program.