Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Research Support - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The Preall Lab at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is seeking a motivated undergraduate summer intern to work on analysis and interpretation of single-cell genomics datasets. The intern will join the Single Cell Analysis Core Facility where they will work closely with researchers at the forefront of cancer biology to derive new insights from single cell gene expression data using computational approaches. Over the summer, the intern will develop an independent project with the goal of identifying novel gene expression signatures correlated with cell phenotypes in preclinical models of breast and pancreatic cancer.
EDUCATION: College student enrolled in an undergraduate degree in a biology, biochemistry, genetics, bioinformatics, computer science, or related disciplines. Junior year is preferred.
EXPERIENCE: Experience in scientific data analysis (Python, Matlab, R), familiarity with genomics and the next-generation sequencing technologies. Strong interest in science and research.
OTHER: Ability to work 20 – 35 hours/week in the summer. Must have reliable transportation.
If interested, please apply for this position via the CSHL website at: http://cshl.peopleadmin.com/postings/15099
Position Number: 02340-R
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Internal Number: 02340-R
About Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Since 1890, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) has been a global leader in research and education. The international scientific community at CSHL provides a unique and stimulating atmosphere for doctoral research?an environment where students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty work side-by-side. The Watson School of Biological Sciences (WSBS) was founded on the belief that with well thought-out mechanisms, enthusiastic involvement of faculty, and highly motivated students, an innovative curriculum could be provided that would allow students to earn a doctoral degree in a shorter time than in traditional programs without compromising the quality of their training. The curriculum is designed to train students to become scholars and independent thinkers.