The Summer Internship in Plant Biology provides an opportunity for undergraduate students to gain research experience in plant research laboratories. The interns will work side-by-side with graduate students or postdoctoral researchers, and they will learn various laboratory skills, research methods, and knowledge of plant biology and life science. In addition, interns will attend Friday seminars to learn about latest research findings. The program culminates in a poster session attended by all members of the department.
We invite applications from university undergraduates to participate as interns during summer. Internships correspond with the academic calendar and covers the summer period, generally from May 2019 through August/September 2019. The positions offer flexible work hours and duration but with a target of a minimum of a 2 month internship. Applicants should be at least 18 years of age.
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If you are looking for a scientific project or challenge, then apply for a DPB internship today! The deadline for applications is April 15, 2019, but we will be reviewing applications and extending offers as they are submitted. To apply, please visit our jobs page here: https://jobs.carnegiescience.edu/jobs/2019-summer-intern-program/
You should include your cover letter, resume/CV, and any letters of reference. If you have any questions, please contact Clare Tuma, Human Resources Business Partner, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (650) 739-4204. For a look at the specific summer projects and abstracts we have so far, please see below.
The Bhaya Lab:
The Ehrhardt Lab:
- Emanuel Sanz-Luque and his abstract/project here.
- Justin Findinier and his abstract/project here.
- Tingting Xiang and her abstract/project here.
- Weichao Huang and her abstract/project here.
The Wang Lab:
- Frej Tulin his abstract/project here.
- Kanako Bessho-Uehara and her abstract/project here.
- Sophie Clowez and her abstract/project here.
The Xu Lab: