What does a Fannin Innovation Studio internship entail?
Our internship program provides hands-on operational experience in early-stage life science development. Our interns work closely with established and potential portfolio companies, experientially learning about biomedical commercialization. Interns might be tasked with assisting with due diligence, working on market analysis, assisting with product development, or researching and understanding key regulatory requirements. All interns work closely with the core Fannin team to ensure a beneficial and useful experience.
What qualifications do we look for in our ideal intern candidate?
Fannin’s intern program is primarily intended for graduate engineering students, Ph.D. students, postdoctoral fellows, medical students or residents, and engineers who are interested in life science commercialization. However, anyone with a strong interest in biomedical development is encouraged to apply.
Therapeutic internship applications are accepted on a rolling-basis. For more information, click on the flyer below or email Ms. Serena Miggins for more information.
Medical Devices Internship
Dec 20 Deadline for applications – Spring & Summer (Round 1)
Jan 13 – 15 Interview Dates – Spring & Summer (Round 1)
Jan 20 – April 20 – Spring Internship
May – August (Dates TBD) – Summer Internship
Round 2 Summer Internship (as needed)
April 3 – Deadline for applications
April 15 – Interview Date
Medical devices internship applications are accepted on recruiting schedule.
For more information, click on the flyer below or email Ms. Serena Miggins for more information.
How do I apply for an internship?
Please fill out the form below and attach your resume and corresponding application. For more information, please email Ms. Serena Miggins.
What is a Fannin Innovation Studio Fellowship?
A fellowship at Fannin Innovation Studio is most-often likened to a post-doc position in life-science commercialization. A fellowship is a two-year program, with the opportunity to gain real-world experience in life-science entrepreneurship. Fannin offers two tracks in our “Entrepreneurship Fellowship”: Therapeutics and Medical Devices
Entrepreneurship Fellows work more closely within the operational landscape of our portfolio companies, including managing research and development activities, intellectual property, more detailed business development, regulatory affairs, and financing.
Fellows will build networks in biotechnology, and have the opportunity to attend industry workshops and conferences. Fannin also offers a didactic biotechnology development series for our fellows, to supplement their hands-on training and experiences.
How do I apply?
Fellowships are offered periodically throughout the year.
Principal / Entrepreneur in Residence
Would you like to lead the development of multiple early-stage therapeutics programs in a vibrant, inclusive, entrepreneurial setting?
Fannin is Houston’s most active early-stage life sciences development group. We take novel, breakthrough life sciences programs and take them through proof of concept. As a Fannin Principal /EIR, you will be part of the Leadership Team at Fannin reporting to the Managing Partner. You will lead one or more of our therapeutics programs, actively engage with your peers leading other programs across Fannin, grow the next generation of life sciences entrepreneurs, and be a critical part of the team helping shape and grow an exciting new model for developing products and people.
As a Fannin Principal /EIR, you will:
– Hold a leadership position at Fannin playing an active role across our programs and organizational priorities, helping shape and execute against our mission and strategic vision.
– Lead, with support from Fannin senior leadership and your peers, one or more development programs and initiatives. You will provide thought leadership to the program including on grant applications to support development work. You will lead key stakeholder relationships for your programs, including, but not limited to, collaborators, contractors, strategic partners, and players in the local biomedical ecosystem.
– Work collaboratively with the rest of the team including supporting programs and initiatives led by other Principals and serving as a resource and sounding board to Fellows and Interns
How do I apply?
If interested, please submit your resume with a cover letter to Serena Miggins (email@example.com), subject line “Principal / Entrepreneur in Residence”. Your cover letter should share why you are interested in this position and why you feel it would be a good mutual fit. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.