Computational and Data Sciences Minor Selected for Prestigious NIH Internship
The National Institute for Health selected Ms. Mariela Jennings for a highly prestigious and very competitive data science internship. The internship is with the Biomedical Informatics Applications Development Group, which is located in the DSITP Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research. Leidos, Inc., a global science and technology solutions leader working to solve the world’s toughest challenges in defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and health markets, will manage the internship.
Ms. Jennings is a College of Science student majoring in Biology and minoring in Computational and Data Sciences (CDS). As a CDS minor, she is serving as a STARS student (Student Teachers and Researchers). Her STARS advisor, Dr. Joseph Marr, nominated Ms. Jennings due to her academic excellence and professionalism. Dr. Marr is quite proud of NIH’s selection.