7.930/20.930 course information and questionnaire
This Fall 2019 semester, 20.930/7.930: Research Experience in Biopharma will run for the 5th time. We pair graduate students with industry mentors to conduct research on-site at a local biotech or pharma company. Students work at the company 10 hours/week and attend weekly lectures covering topics of science and business in the biotech/pharma industry.

Recent host companies have included Novartis, Pfizer, Amgen, Merrimack, and Vertex. Feedback from past students and mentors has been overwhelmingly positive.

This course will be offered ONLY in the fall semester.
PLEASE complete this form and PRE-REGISTER by June 17 (optional, but very helpful).

Class will meet on campus (tentatively M 1-2P). The class requires 10 hours per week of project time on site at a local company.

If you know anyone else who is interested in the class, please send them this form.

No industry experience necessary or expected.
You must be a PhD student who has passed your department's qualifying exams.
Enrollment is open to students in any relevant program, not just 7 and 20.
International students will need to apply to use OPT, which takes ~3 months.

Instructors for the course are Prof. Amy Keating, Prof. Doug Lauffenburger, and Dr. Sean Clarke.
Contact Sean (saclarke@mit.edu) with any questions.

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