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April 10, 2018

SRF Postbaccalaureate Fellowship Program

Filed under: Announcements @ 4:47 pm

Dear Oregon State Representative,

I am writing to let your students know about our new paid postbaccaluareate research opportunities. The SRF Postbaccalaureate Fellowship Program offers undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct biomedical research to combat diseases of aging, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Like SRF’s Summer Scholars Program, the goal of the Postbaccalaureate Fellowship Program will be to prepare participants for a career in regenerative medicine research. Under the guidance of a scientific mentor, each Fellow will take control of his or her own research project. Research projects offered will vary from year to year. Check the SRF Postbaccalaureate Fellowship Program homepage for the precise projects available this year. Training will also include writing assignments that will improve each Fellow’s ability to generate grant proposals, abstracts, and other scientific reports.

Paid positions are available at:

  • Buck Institute for Research on Aging
  • Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine
  • SRF Research Center
  • The Scripps Research Institute

The online application and full descriptions of each research project can be found athttp://www.sens.org/2018-postbacc-fellowship. Completed applications will be accepted until NOON PST Monday, May 21, 2018 (12 pm PST 5/21/18). A downloadable program flyer is available at the same address. Please share the flyer and/or this email with your students or other departments who you think would be interested in this research opportunity. A low resolution version that is more amenable to web posting and emailing can be provided upon request.

Thank you in advance for any help you can provide in advertising our summer internship program. If you have any questions about the program or would prefer not to receive the yearly internship announcement in the future, please feel free to contact me at greg.chin@sens.org.

 

Best regards,

Gregory Chin, Ph.D.

Director of Education

SENS Research Foundation

 

110 Pioneer Way, Suite J

Mountain View, CA  94041

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