“It has given me a much broader and deeper understanding of different aspects of medicine.”

Danielle Kelly · GMI Intern

 

Overview

Genomics Medicine Ireland offers a three-month internship programme. Our programme is a global initiative open to applicants from Ireland and abroad.

 

Who can apply?

To qualify, you must have completed at least two years of your undergraduate degree programme by June of the internship programme year.  Please note that certain internships at GMI require study focus in the area of science/research.

What will I be doing?

The purpose of the programme is to give you hands on experience in the field of genomics and a sense of what it is like to work as a team member in GMI.

As an intern, you’ll be given the opportunity to get to know GMI and our work, while developing your skills and knowledge on live projects, and developing industry experience and connections along the way.

The team at GMI will give you the mentoring and support you need in your role as well as help and guidance to make decisions about your future career.

Internship areas

We are seeking ambitious, highly-skilled, dedicated and reliable undergraduates/recent graduates with experience in genetics, medicine, molecular biology, IT, wet lab, biotech and science related disciplines. This GMI intern will be either for the IT team, Lab team, Research Team or Bioinformatics team.

 

How to apply?

Each department’s timeline differs for internship programmes. Please apply here and when the internships are active, we will respond.

 

Interviews & Selection

From the applications we receive, our senior staff and HR makes an initial selection of candidates. The selected candidates will be invited to an interview. We will let you know whether you have been included in this selection. Candidates chosen from first interview may be then be invited to a final individual interview. Offers will be made shortly after that.

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