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04.17.19 Off-Campus Summer Research Opportunities Digest

April 17th, 2019

 

Interested in doing research this summer somewhere beyond the Orange Bubble? Below is Career Services' weekly compilation of summer research internship opportunities, as advertised through Handshake. Click here for additional Career Services tools/resources. Feel free to contact Career Services if you have any questions regarding the opportunities listed below or contact the Office of Undergraduate Research if you have other questions about doing research next summer.

 

Research Assistant – Gryphon Scientific – Takoma Park, MD

Actively hiring recent graduates with degrees in biology, microbiology, biochemistry, chemistry, physics, statistics, or related fields for Research Assistant positions to participate in projects focused on public safety, homeland security and emerging infectious disease.

 

Data Science Assistant – American Institutes for Research – Chicago, IL

Among the largest behavioral and social science research orgs in the world. Position located in Technical Solutions Group. Work collaboratively with content and policy experts, taking a computational approach to answering important social science and behavioral research questions

 

Staff Research Associate I – University of California – San Francisco, CA

In the Bhattacharya Lab we are interested in the immunology of inflammatory lung diseases, including acute lung injury, fibrosis, and asthma. By studying mouse lines expressing either inactivating mutations or transgenes, we can isolate the role of specific molecules involved in these diseases.

 

PEI Summer Research Internships - Various Locations

A range of internship offering through the Princeton Environmental Institute. Eligible Princeton first-year students, sophomores, and juniors are able to apply for up to three positions. Applications for open positions are being considered on a rolling basis.

 

Research Intern, Injury Biomechanics & Protection – Oak Ridge Institute – Fort Rucker, AL

Current research projects on Soldier injury mechanisms, human tolerance levels, injury-risk mitigation technologies, and health hazards present in the full spectrum of Army operational and training environments. Opportunities for a summer (10-12 weeks) or yearlong appointment.

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