OHSUs Knight Cancer Institute Cancer Early Detection Advanced Research Center (CEDAR) is a collaborative multi-disciplinary research center dedicated to developing and translating new ways to find and cure cancer. Faculty carry out research projects in areas such as liquid biopsies for early warning or detection or cancer, development of new technology for identification or treatment of tumors, and understanding patient risk stratification and prognosis.
We are looking for a student intern that would assist in growing and analyzing human stem cells in microfluidic devices & systems.
Student worker will work with biologists and engineers in an industry/bio-tech startup focused project developing organ on chip technologies.
Focus will be onhelping to maintain cell stocks and assisting with microfluidic devices.
Some lab experience is a plus, particularly cell culture work.
Basic computer skills in Excel, Powerpoint, etc. required.
Enthusiastic about a career in STEM or medicine, and eagerness to learn new skills.
Enrolled in or on vacation from or is otherwise registered in (check one)
High School, OR
Undergraduate Program (minimum 6 credit hours), OR
Graduate Program (minimum 4.5 credit hours)
Apply online. Please be sure to upload a Cover Letter and Resume/CV.
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