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Biomedical Sciences

Quillen College of Medicine

Anatomy Internships

 

 

  • 2017 Interns Celebrate the Holidays

    2017 Interns Celebrate the Holidays

  • Small Group of 2018 
Interns Participating in Team Building

    Small Group of 2018 Interns Participating in Team Building

  • 

 MS1 Memorial
Service

    MS1 Memorial Service

  • Intern Team Building
Rock Climbing

    Intern Team Building Rock Climbing

  • Ballad Health
Career Fair

    Ballad Health Career Fair

  • OB/GYN Workshop with 
Interns Participating

    OB/GYN Workshop with Interns Participating

  • Intern Dissection Skills

    Intern Dissection Skills

Quillens gross anatomy lab has, since 2011, given a select number of undergraduate students an opportunity to intern in the lab. This internship allows students hands on experience with cadavers and an in-depth look at anatomys relevance for medical students. Though most of our interns have been students at ETSU, we encourage students from all universities and colleges to apply.

We welcome all students over the age of 18 to apply by filling out our application form:

Please send the filled out application and a professional resume to both:

Qualifications:

  • Enrolled full-time in undergraduate courses

 Opportunities are offered year round based on the following schedule:

  • Summer 2020
    • Applications accepted March 30, 2020 through April 24, 2020
    • Interviews to be held the week of April 27, 2020
    • Cycle starts the week of May 4, 2020 and will end August 7, 2020

  • Fall 2020/Spring 2021
    • Applications accepted June 30 through July 31, 2020
    • Interviews to be held the week of August 3, 2020
    • Cycle starts the week of August 10, 2020 and will end May 7, 2021

      intern responsibilities chart

Feedback from Current and Past Interns: 

"Working as a summer anatomy intern was an incredibly rewarding experience-it taught me to work with a diverse team, allowed me to gain a deeper perspective on medical education, and further excited me to pursue a career in medicine" -Carter Powers, Vanderbilt University

"My experiences in the Gross Anatomy Lab taught me more than I had ever expected. Through one-on-one guidance by experienced faculty and staff, I received encouragement that helped me develop personal strengths that I call upon regularly for my current job at a neurology clinic. If you want to prepare yourself for success in a professional or academic setting, this internship is a wonderful opportunity!" -Derek Nikolaus, East Tennessee State University

"In a practical sense, the Anatomy Lab was my first job. I was a nervous and shy freshman competing for a highly sought after internship to be able to work in the gross lab. I look back on it now and really appreciate that the lab manager, Rob saw the potential I have through the inexperience. At that time, I had no idea how much the Anatomy Lab would impact me. I learned so much more than anatomy and the experience that is medical school. I learned the skills needed to get to that point. The autonomy, responsibility, and trust that the lab faculty and staff placed in me allowed me to become more confident in my leadership skills and self. Through my experience there, I was able to discover the kind of person and physician I want to become. I made great connections and friends. The Anatomy Lab Internship was truly the most influential experience I have had while at ETSU. I cannot thank the staff enough for what they have done for me in terms of my personal and professional development." -Lillith Bulawa, East Tennessee State University

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