Each summer, undergraduate interns have the opportunity to work alongside faculty mentors in basic and applied research over a three-month Summer Internship designed to introduce them to different areas of biomedical and occupational health research. In this podcast episode, we interviewed 2019 Summer Interns to hear about their hands-on experience working in research and ways their internship may help inform their future careers in research, health care and public health.
- Rachel Cohen, Oregon State University: Increasing physical activity in a sedentary workforce through Total Worker Health in the Active Workplace Study
- Jake Gruber, University of Portland: Sleep and cardiovascular health in the Thosar Lab
- Martina Shannon, Western Oregon University: The impact of shift work on the health of firefighters in the Bowles Lab
Thank you, Rachel, Jake and Martina for being our podcasts guests! Our Occupational Health Sciences’ 2020 Summer Student Research Awards has opened and will close on Friday, February 14th.
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