Johnson & Johnson – Discovery Scientist Intern<

Johnson & Johnson – Discovery Scientist Intern

Johnson & Johnson is working on some exciting advancements and they need fresh, ambitious minds just like YOU to join them in driving the next great breakthrough 🤩. As a Discovery Scientist Intern at Johnson & Johnson, you can explore your potential in a supportive, diverse atmosphere and see how with your fresh approach and there support, amazing things can be achieved.

Job Description

Join the Johnson & Johnson team as Discovery Scientist Intern and make a difference in people’s lives!

As a summer intern in the Oncology Discovery Scientist role, you will be a member of a team. You will have
your own project developed jointly with your mentor and will be expected to present the results of their work to their project teams, the oncology Senior Leadership Team (SLT), and as a poster/abstract at the research symposium at the end of the internship.The goal of this internship program is to provide undergraduate and graduate students experience in working in a large pharmaceutical R&D setting and to gain a basic understanding of the science and process of novel drug development.

What’s in it for you?

👉 You will have the opportunity to learn new aspects of disease biology and ways to identify novel therapeutics / drug targets and/or determine the mechanism of action behind emerging drugs.

👉 Receive detailed training on the technology platforms.

👉 You will receive guidance on how to troubleshoot experiments relative to your summer project.


✅ Experience or pursuing a degree in biology, cell/molecular biology, biochemistry.

✅ Self-motivated, future scientist leaders passionate about drug development and clinical research.

✅ Detailed oriented with good organizational skills.

✅ Fluent in written and spoken English, a great interpersonal, verbal, written communication and presentation skills.

✅ Working knowledge and/or experience using Microsoft suite of business tools.

Apply now!

Does this internship as a Discovery Scientist sound right up your alley? Apply here! 🚀