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Visiting Scientist

Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN

A Visiting Scientist at Mayo Clinic is intended to provide individuals who hold a primary academic appointment at another institution concurrent with… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Research Fellow - Radiation Oncology

Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN

Highly motivated postdoctoral scientists are invited to join the research group of Dr. Jann N. Sarkaria at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Research Collaborator

Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN

A Research Collaborator at Mayo Clinic is intended to facilitate research collaborations with individuals from other institutions. Appointments are… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Research Fellow- Physiology & Biomedical Engineering

Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN

A Research Fellow at Mayo Clinic is a temporary position intended to provide training and education in research. Individuals will train in the… Glassdoor

16 days ago

Supervisor-Cardiac Cath Lab

Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN

Responsible for overseeing the Cardiac Lab Technicians, including staffing, training, development, and performance management. Responsible for… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Audiology Externship

Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN

Yes94RarelyEverydayRegularly017668kerst.kathryn@mayo.edu15RegularlyKathryn A. Kerst, M.A., CCC-ARegularly17679,17677Online application for admission… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Director - Health Services - Health Solutions

Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN

The Health Services Director provides direction and leadership to the Utilization Management, Case Management, and Behavioral Health Care Units. This… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Pediatric Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician

Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN


14 days ago

Post-doctoral research fellowship position in Neural Engineering at Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN

will include real-time acquisition and processing of neural signals, computational modeling of neurotransmitter dynamics, as well as the development… Glassdoor

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    Top notch facilities and phenomenal research, but unrealistic expectations and little job satisfaction.

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    Former Employee - Research Intern in Rochester, MN

    I worked at Mayo Clinic as an intern for less than a year


    One of the most challenging research internships I have been a part of (for better or for worse). I have definitely left Mayo with an arsenal of skills and techniques I will carry into my career and education. Mayo holds regular seminars and the program as a whole treats their interns fairly well by providing lunches, talks with faculty, and program wide events. It also seems that the SURF program is a recruiting initiative of sorts for their graduate program, so the connections you make do help on that front.


    I had little to no job satisfaction, no recognition for work done, and unrealistic demands for someone who is supposed to be learning the research process. The learning curve for my project in particular was pretty steep, and the expectation was that I should already know the techniques and concepts without aid from my research mentors. This led to poor work/life balance where work weeks reached 55-60 hours, and oftentimes I was forced to continue working from home or come into the lab on the weekends. This experience seemed common among the other interns within my department, however I cannot vouch for other interns in other departments. While the technical experience was great, the overall experience was probably the most stressful experience in my life.

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    For the most part, upper management treated interns well, however several interns (myself included) had horrible experiences with direct mentors. That being said, future interns and mentors in general might benefit from explicit guidelines of research expectations and limits to the amount of time interns are allowed to work. This may prevent explicit abuse of intern labor.

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