An Excellent Opportunity from Beaumont Health System

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UntitledWanted: Highly Motivated, Detail-Oriented Co-Op Student…

Royal Oak, Michigan
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The Orthopaedic Research Laboratory at William Beaumont Hospital (Royal Oak, MI campus) is
seeking a highly motivated, detail-oriented co-op student from May 2014 through December 2014 (also
could retain position until May 2015

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or August 2015 – please specify in cover letter). The position
will be dedicated to the Implant Retrieval and Analysis section of the laboratory. This section
collects retrieved orthopaedic devices, then prepares and catalogs the devices for additional
studies/analyses and long-term storage. In addition, the student will perform microscopy, failure
analysis techniques, and mechanical testing for various research studies. The position will require
assistance with literature reviews, manuscript and abstract preparation, and research project
development. The ideal candidate will have interests in a research/medical-based career, pursuing
graduate studies, and/or hands-on testing. Experience with optical microscopy is required.
Experience with materials characterization techniques and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) is
desired, but not required.

– Work with research engineers to clean, package, and catalog retrieved orthopaedic devices.
– Interact with residents, fellows, and attending surgeons, as needed, during project
development, testing, and manuscript preparation phases.
– Identify device designs by reading literature and/or through communications with device
manufacturer representatives.
– Attend at least one clinical meeting per month to gauge clinically relevant research topics.

Desired Major/Concentration:
Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science & Engineering

Desired Minimum GPA: 2.8
Work Authorization Status:
Permanent U.S. Resident, U.S. Citizen or U.S. National
Implant Retrieval and Analysis
Contact Information
Erin A. Baker, MS
Research Engineer II, Implant Retrieval and Analysis 3601 W. 13 Mile Road
Research Institute, Suite 402 Royal Oak, MI 48073-6769
Email: Phone: (248) 551-1816

Application Instructions
For consideration, please email the following documents to
1. Cover letter
2. Resume/curriculum vitae
3. Technical writing sample (laboratory report, term paper from STEM-based course, etc.)

Applications are due by February 28, 2014 at 5:00pm.

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