From Anna Reineke, Regional Coordinating Director, GMaP REgion 6, Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah
Dear Colleagues and Students,
I have been asked by our NCI and NIA intramural scientists to identify a stellar post-baccalaureate candidate who would be interested in joining a research project at Imaging facility at NIH main campus in Bethesda, MD. Please send me your top-notch post-bac students name, resume and contact information who would be forwarded to the hiring senior investigators at NIH for potential 1 to 2 years of appointment.
NCI would greatly appreciate receiving your nominations of potential candidates on or before December 1, 2017. Sorry for the short turnaround time for this request as this position needs to be urgently filled for this joint collaborative project between NCI and NIA investigators at NIH.
Additional details below
- The position start date is flexible anytime in early/spring 2018.
- The student will work in the NCI High-throughput imaging facility on a joint project with the National Institute on Aging.
- The student will be trained in high-throughput imaging assays including fluorescence microscopy methods.
- Candidates with some experience in standard cell and molecular biology skills, ideally including cell culture of mammalian cells and imaging, can be trained for this project.
Please contact Anna Reineke with potential Candidates:
GMaP Region 6 includes: ID, MT, NV, ND, SD, UT & WY