I worked at NeuroMetrix as an intern (Less than a year)
As an intern, the best part of working here was being in an environment where I was given autonomy and expected to perform. A lot was expected of me regarding research, but it forced me to live up to the expectations. I grew a lot as an independent professional while here and being immersed in the engineering-heavy environment that I was not used to gave me a great view of a different world of research. Also, the free lunch on Fridays was nice!
None that I saw. As a summer intern I was not as integrated into the company as the engineers and other employees were, but it seemed like most people really got along and enjoyed working there. Most importantly the employees seemed to love what they did and the fact that they are helping people by making their devices.
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