Rosetta Commons Paid Summer Research

There are two opportunities for summer research, both out of state, one internationally!

Applications Due: February 1, 2017

Rosetta Commons
is offering paid summer research internships to undergraduates interested in research in biomolecular structure prediction and design.  The summer includes a one-week Code School, eight weeks of hands-on research in one of the Rosetta labs, and finishes with attendance and poster presentations at the Rosetta Conference.


Monetary support is provided through an NSF REU grant.

Possible research projects span methods development in biomolecular design and applications from cancer and biofuels to drug and vaccine design.

One intern will be placed internationally at Correia Lab in Switzerland, and the other will be placed at the industry site EMD Serono in Boston.


Requirements:

  • College Sophomores or Juniors preferred
  • Major in computer science, engineering, mathematics, chemistry, biology, and/or biophysics
  • Available for at least 10 weeks during the summer of 2017
  • Interest in graduate school
  • U.S.citizens, permanent residents, and U.S. nationals are eligible.
  • While not required, we seek candidates with some combination of experiences in scientific or academic research, C++/Python/*nix/databases, software engineering, object-oriented programming, and/or collaborative development (git).

Applications open now, deadline February 1.

Complete info. 

Questions can be directed to Camille Mathis (cmathis@jhu.edu) or Jeff Gray (jgray@jhu.edu).


Want to jump start your search for the right program? Check out this listing  of programs that have recently reached out to CBC students.

MIT Lincoln Laboratory is Recruiting

ON CAMPUS RECRUITING:

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at the Engineering Career Expo 2016

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MIT Lincoln Laboratory offers scientists and engineers the opportunity to work on challenging problems critical to national security. They are federally funded by the Department of Defense, and they have a focused commitment to research and development, with an emphasis on building prototypes and demonstrating operational systems that meet real-world requirements.

MIT Lincoln Laboratory would like to meet you if you are pursuing a BS/MS/PhD in any of the following majors:

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  • Computer Science
  • Physics
  • Mathematics
  • Materials Science
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Aeronautical/Astronautics
  • Biology/Biochemistry

To be considered, follow this application process at their college recruiting website.

No applicants will be discriminated for any reason. Due to the unique nature of the work, U.S. citizenship is required for applicants.

For more information about MIT Lincoln Laboratory, visit there official website.

Job Posting: Chemistry & Biochemistry Computer Support

*This position has been filled and is no longer accepting applications*

Chemistry and Biochemistry (CBC) Computer Support is looking to hire 2-3 new student employees!  If you’re a current undergraduate student who enjoys working with computers and is looking for an exciting, on-campus job, send a PDF-formatted resume to Bruce Moore at moore.3298@osu.edu with the subject “Student position in CBC.”

Job Description: Tier-1 support/help desk position.  Support MS Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux-based systems in offices, teaching and research labs.  Must be able to lift up to 35lbs.

Pay: starts at $9-10/hr, commensurate with experience, with increases over time

Hours: Part Time, 10-20 hours per week

Duration: Limited only by current enrollment as an undergraduate at OSU

Job Posting: Chemistry & Biochemistry Computer Support

*This position has been filled and is no longer accepting applications*

Chemistry and Biochemistry (CBC) Computer Support is looking to hire 1-2 new student employees!  If you’re a current undergraduate student who enjoys working with computers and is looking for an exciting, on-campus job, send a PDF-formatted resume to Bruce Moore at moore.3298@osu.edu with the subject “Student position in CBC.”

Job Description: Tier-1 support/helpdesk position. Support MS Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux-based systems in offices, teaching and research labs. Must be able to lift up to 35lbs.
Hours: 10-20 hours per week
Pay: starts at $9-10/hr, commensurate with experience, with increases over time.
Restrictions: student employees must maintain enrollment as an undergraduate student.