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Co-op/Internships and Summer Research Opportunities for 2013 in Bioinformatics, Genomics & Proteomics All opportunities listed are PAID , unless otherwise indicated Some links will require the Adobe Acrobat Reader to read pdf format. If you don't have a copy on your computer, click here for a free download All co-ops/internships listed are PAID , unless otherwise indicated Skip the introduction and Go to Co-op/Internship Postings Return to Special Interest Group Co-op/Internship List The organizations that have already updated their sites for 2013, or offer opportunities on an annual basis are indicated by a (2013) after the co-op link.
Fisk University Summer Research Program (SRP), Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) The REU summer program at Fisk University will offer undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct various types of Materials Science research. This program is designed especially for sophomores, juniors and seniors majoring in such fields at physics, chemistry, mathematics, and engineering.
Overview & Application Information Rising high school seniors will get six weeks of hands-on experience at the Partners HealthCare Center for Personalized Genetic Medicine’s cutting-edge research and clinical testing facilities. The goal is to give students analytical and research experience from which they will gain laboratory or genetics-related information technology skills that they may then apply in their senior year in high school and beyond. The program will take place June 24 to August 2, 2013 at 65 Landsdowne Street, Cambridge, MA.
This fall, 80 high school seniors across the country got a special surprise that will bring them one step closer to their future goals. Nordstrom selected them from thousands of applicants to receive a $10,000 Nordstrom Scholarship that can be used toward four years of college education. "I started crying when they read my name and that feeling of winning was just amazing." said Baolin Xu, a student at Whitney Young Magnet High School in Chicago, Ill. When the door to her class opened and a woman with an oversized check walked in, Baolin soon realized that check was for her. Regional Diversity Affairs director Sandra Loza had come to share the good news that Baolin was selected to receive the $10,000 award.
National Science Resources Center Internship Program Criteria for Internships NSRC accepts students who are currently enrolled in high school, undergraduate, or graduate programs at a college or university. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age. All interns must successfully complete a Federal background check before their internship begins. Your application must include:
by Melanie Farmer It is the summer before her senior year in high school and Catherine Chong is opting for what most adults in the work force dread: a one-and-a-half-hour daily commute – each way -- to work. But for Chong, the trip from northern New Jersey to her summer internship program at Columbia University’s Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy (ISERP) in New York City is well worth the trek. Many internships don’t offer much beyond picking up an executive’s dry cleaning or ordering her lattes with low-fat soy, and most of those are limited to college students.
Reviews of applications will begin in April. The deadline for receipt of completed applications is April 5, 2013. The following material must be included in the application form: A statement from the student explaining why he/she wants to engage in a science research project; A letter of recommendation and commitment from a science or math teacher; Students will be asked to select, in order of preference, three research projects in which they would like to participate. A non-refundable $50 application fee Review of applications will be performed by a committee consisting of each of the faculty members participating in the program.
The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century Thomas L. Friedman New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2005 Although the message can be boiled down into fewer pages, a future President should understand that technology has created the opportunity for anyone in the world to perform tasks that used to be limited by geography. It sounds good for the world; is it good for the U.S.? We are the leader in offshoring.
High School Students | Magee-Womens Research Institute and Foundation | Medical Research Institute Conducting Women’s Health Research StudiesProgram Coordinator: Janet Hahalyak Weckerle High School Summer Internship Program Coordinator Magee-Womens Research Institute 204 Craft Avenue, B408 Pittsburgh, PA 15213 The High School Summer Internship Program provides current high school juniors and seniors with the opportunity to participate in basic or clinical research projects with the goal of promoting interest in biomedical research as a potential career.
In HIV-infected persons with TB, ART should be initiated (or continued) during TB treatment regardless of the CD4 cell count. The SAPIT trial, conducted in patients with CD4 counts of ≤500 cells/µL, demonstrated a relative reduction in mortality of 56% for those who started ART during the 6 months of TB treatment compared with those who initiated ART after completion of TB therapy. The reduction in mortality was seen in patients with CD4 counts of ≤200 cells/µL as well as in those with CD4 counts of >200 cells/µL.( 126 ) Timing of ART initiation in relation to TB treatment start has been clarified further by the SAPIT, CAMELIA, and ACTG 5221 STRIDE studies.
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Frequently Asked Questions for High School Students Q1) My family may take a small vacation during that period; will you still consider my application? How many personal or sick days that can I take during the program? A1) TREES is a structured rigorous enrichment program. With that being said, we still consider all applicants and vacation/personal days are evaluated on an individual basis. If you believe you’ll miss more than 3 days, we would strongly suggest you reconsider our program.