Friday, October 23, 2015
The Cornell BEST Program is featured in the MedTech 2015 Bio/Med Industry Report. BEST Advisory member Kenneth Yancey, et.al, highlight how the program enhances opportunities for BEST trainees:
"The BEST program gives trainees the opportunity to seek mentorship, ask questions, and determine what skills they need to become competitive candidates in the future. Companies gain a pipeline of pre-trained and experienced potential recruits, who can also bring fresh perspectives to their companies."
This article is featured in the news section of the NIH BEST Consortium website.
|See http://nybiomedreport.com/member-spotlights/cornell-university/ for more information.|