USD Hosts Research and Clinical Studies Career Fair
The fair is intended to provide information and guidance to those thinking about pursuing careers in health care, whether that be as a clinician, researcher or both.
Undergraduate and graduate programs from counseling, health sciences, medicine, addiction, counseling, psychology, neurobiology and the neurosciences will open booths where visitors will have an opportunity to meet faculty and students from each program, go on laboratory tours and experience hands-on demonstrations.
The research and clinical studies career fair will take place from 3-5 p.m. in the Lee Medical Building atrium. More information can be found at the Career Fair website.
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