Laboratory Aide Internships
The laboratory of Dr. Brian Kennedy is conducting exciting genetic research projects to unlock a mystery which has captivated generations of investigators:
Why and How do we Age?
We are currently accepting applications for unpaid Laboratory Aide Internships to join our efforts to unlock the molecular details that drive the aging process? Selected applicants will assist in research experiments to elucidate mechanisms of aging using the budding yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, as a model organism. Desirable candidates MUST currently be an undergraduate (sophomore or junior), be able to work between 6 to 12 hours per week during the academic year, and be able to provide their own transportation. After 6 to 12 months, students may be encouraged to conduct their own research projects under the guidance of senior scientists in the lab. The positions offer flexible hours, but the selected applicants are expected to work up to 2 weekend days per month. Excellent communication and organizational skills are essential to working with our close knit group of motivated researchers. The ideal candidates must be able to develop a good rapport with the members of the lab. No prior experience is required, and all majors are welcome.
Your resume MUST include the following items:
Expected date of graduation
At least one reference who is/was a professor that you had in a college science course
(Contact information only for this reference is sufficient)
Submit your application & resume electronically