Medical University of South Carolina
Charleston, South Carolina
The Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) is the oldest medical school in the South, and one of the oldest in the country. One of the major areas of focus for MUSC is in cardiothoracic surgery and cardiovascular disease in general. Its partnership with the Northeastern University Cooperative Education Program began through the efforts of Francis G. Spinale, MD, PhD (Northeastern Class of 1979) who is the Director of the Cardiothoracic Research Program at MUSC. Read MORE about the Medical University of South Carolina and the success of the NU Co-op program at MUSC.
The mission of Dyax Corp is to discover, develop, and commercialize innovative biopharmaceuticals for unmet medical needs, while delivering outstanding value to patients, physicians and stockholders. To achieve this goal, the Company (located in Cambridge, MA) cultivates an environment that focuses on innovation—empowering those who want to a make a contribution, pursue new ideas, and expand their minds along the way. The Co-op program at Dyax Corp. provides students with the opportunity to experience this culture and gain real-world industry experience. Read MORE about Dyax Corp and the success of the NU Co-op program at Dyax.
Brigham and Women's Hoospital
Center for Clinical Investigation
The Center for Clinical Investigation (CCI) at the Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) is part of the new Harvard Catalyst Program and the NIH's Clinical Translational Science Award for supporting research from concept to patient. The CCI supports patient-oriented research in many clinical fields such as endocrinology, circadian sleep medicine, neurology, respiratory, women's health, cardiology and many more. The CCI provides infrastructure for conducting research protocols by offering BWH investigators space, supplies, and services in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Read MORE about the Brigham and Women's Hospital and the success of the NU Co-op program at the Center for Clinical Investigation.