Friday, February 7, 2014

Summer Undergraduate Internships in Computational Systems Biology

University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Supercomputing Institute

We are looking for up to two Interns for the summer of 2014 to help with an NSF-funded project developing a computational and bioinformatics workflow framework for systems biology data analysis, with an emphasis on data derived from mass spectrometry-based proteomics. We are seeking applicants with an interest in working at the interface between biology and computation. Some experience in computer science is preferred, but not required. Interns will receive a stipend to cover living expenses. Internships are envisioned for 8-10 weeks, starting in June, 2014, although exact start and end dates are flexible. All work will be conducted at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities campus. More information on the project can be found at:
Interested applicants should send: 1) A short (2-page maximum) personal statement describing their interest in computational biology; 2) at least one letter of recommendation; and 3) an updated copy of their transcript to

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