Resource Database

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Tips for Using the Resource Database:

  • This database includes resources that OCS staff, Yale students, and Yale alums have found useful.
  • Employer sites are not included, rather the database includes job listing sites, employer directories, and professional associations.
  • Use the keyword search above to find a resource by name.
  • Use ‘Filters’ just below this text, to filter by Resource Categories, Student Population, Affinity/Identity Group, and Career Type.
  • Check out this 2-minute OCS video on Using External Career Resources for even more tips.

This is an interdisciplinary field that combines genetic engineering, computational genetics, and laboratory automation to design new molecules OR put …

Microfluidics is an area of industry that involves the manipulation of fluids through micro-scale
channels and pumps that can be …

Products, usually having a tangible structure in the form of a device, that can be used to solve a
health …

An area of industry which involves finding the cause and location of disease using laboratory
tests, chemistry and imaging technologies. …

Biopharma is a subset of the pharmaceutical industry that involves production, manufacturing,
or extraction of therapies through biological organisms. Such …

The biomaterials/regenerative medicine industry, usually lumped under the title of
“biofabrication,” involves two separate but overlapping areas of research.
Regenerative …