2014-15 Clinical Engineering Interns
The Clinical Engineering Internship is intended for M.S. students enrolled in the BME program. It offers an in-depth, rigorous, clinical experience that matches the engineering expertise gained in the classroom. The primary objectives of this intense internship are to:
- Provide BME graduate students exposure to hospital organization and administrative functions.
- Permit BME graduate students an opportunity to apply engineering techniques to patient care and hospital-based research.
- Provide substantial experience working with hospital personnel, including administrators, nurses, technicians and medical staff.
The internship includes a stipend for each academic year and a full tuition scholarship. Summer support is also available at many of the hospitals. Health care benefits are not included in the internship. See the BME Graduate Handbook for detailed information about this program.
The Biomedical Engineering Program is pleased to announce the availability of CLINICAL ENGINEERING INTERNSHIP
opportunities at the University of Connecticut beginning in the fall 2015 semester. Students accepted into this program earn a M.S. in Biomedical Engineering, which requires a minimum of 15 credit hours of course work and a thesis or 24 credit hours of course work without a thesis.
Two-year Clinical Engineering Internships are presently available at:
University of Connecticut Health Center – John Dempsey Hospital
Baystate Health System
VA Connecticut Healthcare System (West Haven)
University of Massachusetts Memorial Medical Center (Worcester, MA)
Providence VA Medical Center
VA Boston Healthcare System
Lifespan Health System (Providence)
Middlesex Hospital (Middletown, CT)
Brigham & Women’s Hospital (Boston, MA)
ABM Health Incorporated
Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston, MA)
Yale-New Haven Hospital
VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System
Activity at these major medical institutions involves an in-depth exposure to all clinical engineering activities.
For details of the Clinical Engineering Internships, please contact:
Dr. John Enderle
Biomedical Engineering Program
260 Glenbrook Rd., Unit 3247
University of Connecticut
Storrs, CT 06269-3247
Tel (860) 486-5521
Fax (860) 486-2500
For full consideration, applicants should have their graduate applications received by January 1, 2015. Interviews will be conducted during February and March of 2015. Final selections will be made in April 2015.
Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) www.aami.org
New England Society of Clinical Engineering (NESCE) www.nesce.org
American College of Clinical Engineering (ACCE) www.accenet.org