OnTrack Student Fellows
Fall 2020

Do you want to work on a project with a medtech startup and gain industry experience?
Join OnTrack Rehabilitation this fall!
We are looking for enthusiastic students to join us for the fall semester to help us with six exciting projects
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Why Join OnTrack?

You will help solve a major health crisis
You will gain valuable technical experience for your future career
You will be mentored by a dedicated team with industry experience
You will get exposure to experts in the concussion space

Fall 2020 Projects

Data Analytics (Balance & Vision)

Analyze and synthesize balance and vision measurements collected from patients

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Concussion Literature Review

Become an expert on the concussion landscape, key rehabilitation tools, and recent literature

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Product User Experience Research

Embody the user's perspective and identify opportunities to improve the user experience

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System Reliability Testing (Electronics)

You’ll be working with sensors and electrical systems critical to collecting live patient data

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VR Game Development

You’ll be working with cutting-edge eye-tracking virtual reality headsets and Unity game development

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Cloud Systems Integration

You’ll be working with industry-standard services like Amazon Web Services to help build an integrated cloud platform

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You will receive a stipend during the course of the project

Hear from our past interns

Working at OnTrack Rehabilitation was one of the best experiences of my summer. Not only was I able to help build a product from the ground up and make a tangible impact in the startup, but I was also able to work with some absolutely amazing people who want to make a difference in the concussion space. I went from knowing almost nothing as a freshman to gaining industrial experience that has prepared me for my career search.

Jeffrey Yu – Software Engineering Intern, Summer 2019
OnTrack gave me an opportunity to challenge my knowledge and passion in a completely new field of concussion treatment. While working on a device that can help change a person’s life, I not only met some of the most amazing and dedicated people on the team, but I also learned to think not only analytically but also viscerally.

Wooje Chang – Hardware Engineering Intern, Summer 2019
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