Elizabeth Contini

UR BME BS 2007

Greater New York City Area

 

Concurrent with BS:

Summer (junior): Divisional Engineering Intern at US Surgical

5 mo: Research Assistant at UR

 

After BS:

6 yr: Biomedical Engineer at Covidien (intern to associate engineer to biomedical engineer)

Current: Senior Biomedical Engineer at Medtronic

“A short bit of advice for entering industry would be: Try to discover what really drives and motivates you, and also what skills you want to gain in your next career development goal. Use these pieces of information to guide you in your job search and to strengthen your interview. Most likely your first job will not be your ideal job, but once you get an opportunity to join a company, you can utilize your skillset and networking to find a job that can help you move forward in your career. (Who knows, you might discover something you didn’t even know you liked!)”

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