Tissue Engineering Internship

Sanfoundry offers internships in "Tissue Engineering". Read the complete details below regarding the internship requirements, eligibility criterior and the application process.

Pre-requisite / Skillset for Tissue Engineering Internship

1. Intern must have the ability to understand the components of the tissue architecture.

2. Must be familiarized with the stem cell characteristics and their relevance in medicine.

3. Must be aware of properties and broad applications of biomaterials.

4. Must be familiar with the role of tissue engineering and stem cell therapy in Organogenesis.

5. Require knowledge on the fundamentals of tissue engineering and tissue repairing.


6. Must be familiar with the basic concept behind tissue engineering focusing on the stem cells, biomaterials and its applications.

7. Require knowledge on clinical applications of tissue engineering.

Tissue Engineering Internship Test

Intern has to take Tissue Engineering internship test in which they will be asked 50 multiple-choice questions. They have to score grade A or A* on this test to be eligible for the internship. Here’s a sample set of questions on the Tissue Engineering topic.

1. When was the term “Tissue engineering” coined?
(A) 1988
(B) 1970
(C) 2000
(D) 1890
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Answer: A
Explanation: In the year 1988, in a workshop organized by the National Science Foundation, the term Tissue Engineering was first coined. It represented a whole new scientific field that focused on tissue regeneration from cells biomaterials, scaffolds and growth factors acting as support.

2. Name one 361 HCT/P which cannot be imported.
(A) Cartilage
(B) Bone
(C) Infected Peripheral Blood Stem Cells
(D) Cornea
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Answer: A
Explanation: Infected Peripheral Blood stem cells are an exception of 361 HCT/P offered for import, whereas Cartilage, Bone, and Cornea do not have any such restrictions. The reason being, they can be a source for communicable diseases.

3. Which of the following is a major focus of a technique of tissue engineering called autologous chondrocyte transplantation (ACT)?
(A) Cartilage
(B) Bone
(C) Skin
(D) Stem Cells
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Answer: A
Explanation: Cartilage is the main focus of the technique named autologous chondrocyte transplantation (ACT). In the ACT, chondrocytes are isolated from the biopsy of healthy cartilage and cultured in vitro for a few weeks to reach a sufficient number of cells.

4. Decellularization is a technique used to extract out cell/genetic material free extracellular matrix to produce a near-natural scaffold to avoid immune rejections.
(A) True
(B) False
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Answer: A
Explanation: Decellularization is a technique used to extract out cell/genetic material free extracellular matrix to produce a near-natural scaffold to avoid immune rejections. Decellularization is accomplished using chemical, enzymatic or physical methods. This technique is a major advancement in Regenerative Medicine.

5. ________________ devised plaque assay for animal viruses using confluent monolayers of cultured cells.
(A) George Gey
(B) Renato Dulbecco
(C) Gregor Mendel
(D) Charles Darwin
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Answer: B
Explanation: George Gey established the continuous cell line from human carcinoma cells called HeLa cell lines. Renato Dulbecco devised plaque assay for animal viruses using confluent monolayers of cultured cells. Gregor Mendel through his work on pea plants discovered the fundamental laws of inheritance. Charles Darwin developed and proposed a theory about evolution which forms the basis for most of the scientific research.

Practice the full set of Tissue Engineering Multiple Choice Questions before applying for the internship.

How to apply for the Tissue Engineering Internship

1. Read the Sanfoundry Internship FAQs

2. Take the Tissue Engineering Internship Test


3. Submit the Internship Application Form

3. Tissue Engineering Content Development Internships

In this content writing / content development internship for Tissue Engineering, the shortlisted interns would be working towards the creation of "Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs)" OR "Tutorial Articles" OR "Questions & Answers" on Tissue Engineering subject.

Selected intern's day-to-day responsibilities and guidelines include the following.
1. Interns would be creating Questions and/or tutorials articles on "Tissue Engineering".
2. Tissue Engineering articles must be written with an organized structure with detailed steps and examples.
3. Interns should write clear and concise articles so that the readers can understand them easily.
4. Interns should follow Sanfoundry defined guidelines and format.
5. Interns should report the work status to their mentor on daily basis.
6. Interns should ensure that the content is plagiarism-free.

4. Tissue Engineering Realtime Projects

Depending on the requirements and availability of free slots, Sanfoundry will attempt to provide industry-oriented, live, real-time projects, or industrial visits for deserving candidates of Sanfoundry accredited college. Kindly ask your College authorities (HOD / Principal) to connect with us.

5. Tissue Engineering Research Projects

If applicable, Sanfoundry will attempt to provide guidance to interns on "research projects" and "academic projects" so that they can do the necessary study, experimentation, and simulation to arrive at meaningful conclusions. This will help them write "White Papers", "Research Papers" and "Journal Articles" to be published in various eminent journals. Kindly ask your college authorities (HOD / Principal) to connect with us.

6. Tissue Engineering Internship Benefits and Perks

1. Sanfoundry will issue an internship certificate and a lump sum cash reward as a token of appreciation towards the intern’s contribution to Sanfoundry’s Global Learning Project.
2. This internship with help widen the intern's deep knowledge on the "Tissue Engineering" subject.
3. It will help to boost the intern's resume and also give real-time work experience.
4. Sanfoundry certificate is very useful to an individual in their professional career growth.
5. Most of the shortlisted interns will be working directly under the guidance of our Founder & CTO, Manish Sir

7. How to Apply for Tissue Engineering Internship

If you are looking for "Tissue Engineering" internship at Sanfoundry, you have to fill an application form. The application form is quite detailed and it allows us to understand the qualities of an intern in a deeper way. So, the best way to fill the application is to allocate 2-4 hours towards reading and filling your application form. You must fill every question seriously and honestly. Also, pay special attention to Grammar and sentence framing.

If you are interested to do an internship in Tissue Engineering, then kindly fill this Application Form.

8. FAQs - Tissue Engineering Internship

Who can apply for Tissue Engineering content writing internship?
Students who had studied Tissue Engineering in their official curriculum or taken a meaningful in-depth external training on this subject can apply for this internship.

What type of work will be assigned to intern in this internship?
Interns would be working towards the creation of "Tutorial Articles" and/or "Questions and Answers" on Tissue Engineering.

What are the skill sets required for Tissue Engineering internship?
We have already mentioned above the technical pre-requisite and skillset required for this internship. Besides, the student should be able to work independently, sincere and hard-working, and a self-starter.

Can I apply for Tissue Engineering internship if I don't have any experience?
Yes. Sanfoundry values skills developed through academic work, volunteer experiences, extracurricular experiences, or other experiences which demonstrate the technical skills useful in work. So, people with no experience can also apply for Tissue Engineering Internship.

Does Sanfoundry provide Real-time project on Tissue Engineering?
Yes, but we accept a limited number of candidates from Sanfoundry accredited colleges for real-time projects. Where ever applicable we will attempt to provide industry-oriented projects or industrial visits to deserving candidates. Kindly ask your College authorities (HOD / Principal) to connect with us.

Does Sanfoundry provide research projects or academic projects on Tissue Engineering?
Yes, Sanfoundry provides ideas on research projects and/or academic projects on some of the topics in Tissue Engineering. Kindly ask your College authorities (HOD / Principal) to connect with us.

How can I apply for Tissue Engineering internship?
Fill this Application Form to apply for internships in Tissue Engineering at Sanfoundry.

9. FAQs - Internship General

Can I get academic credit for my internship?
Yes, if you are doing an internship at Sanfoundry, it may be possible to get academic credit for your internship. Since the College authorities issue these credits, kindly check with your department once.

What is the duration of Content Development Internship?
The duration ranges from 1-month to 3-months. The duration can be adjusted based on the academic schedule of your college or school.

How many hours do I have to work as a part-time intern?
If you are working as a part-time intern in Sanfoundry, you would be allocating 3-4 hours/day.

How many hours do I have to work as a full-time intern?
If you are working as a full-time intern in Sanfoundry, you should be allocating 8 hours/day.

What would be the work timings if I get selected?
Work timings depend on you're availability during the day or evening and the type of internship. But you need to report work status on daily basis.

What are the benefits of completing Sanfoundry Internship?
  • You will receive an internship certificate and a lumpsum cash reward
  • You will gain working experience
Will I receive an offer letter if I am selected for the internship?
Yes, you will receive a confirmation email (with an agreement) from us once you are selected.

How will I know if am selected for the internship?
If you are selected for the internship, you will receive a call/message from us. It generally takes anywhere from 2-days to 2-weeks from the date of your application. However, due to a very large number of internship requests, sometimes the response gets delayed further.

What kind of documents should I submit after accepting the offer?
No documents are required to be submitted.

How will I receive the stipend for "Work-From-Home" internship?
Upon completion of the internship, the stipend will be directly credited into your bank account through NEFT/IMPS.

Do we get paid on a monthly basis?
No, Payment is made only when the internship task is completed.

How long it takes to receive the internship certificate and cash reward, after completion of the internship?
The internship closure process usually takes 7-15 working days.

Can I get a recommendation letter after successful completion of the internship?
Upon successful completion of the internship, you will receive an Internship Certificate. This certificate is written in a letter format which is almost similar to a "Letter of Recommendation".

Can international student apply for an internship in Sanfoundry?
We don't have the required operational setup to work with international students. So, we cannot offer internships to international students at this point in time.

Can I take part in multiple internship programs offered by Sanfoundry at the same time?
No, you can work on only one internship at a time. But after completing the internship you can work on another internship. In fact, a lot of interns keep doing multiple internships with us, one at a time.

Can I discontinue the current internship and join the new internship offered by Sanfoundry?
Yes, you can apply for other internships.

What happens if I discontinue in the middle of my internship?
If the work is partially completed, then Sanfoundry will do the payment on a proportionate basis provided that the intern has completed at least 10% of the work.

Will I receive a certificate and reward if I didn't complete the internship?
Sanfoundry will give a certificate and a proportionate reward if the intern has completed at least 10% of the work.

Whom to contact if I have more query?
Kindly drop an email to [email protected]

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