We are always looking for talented researchers to join our team and help us to improve cancer imaging technology. If you are interested, please contact Dr. Summer Gibbs.
Fluorescence Molecular Imaging Internship Program
The Fluorescence Molecular Imaging Internship Program is hosted by the Gibbs Laboratory to provide hands-on science education to high school and college students interested in careers in scientific research. Interns learn a variety of wet bench laboratory skills such as cell culture, spectroscopy, fluorescence microscopy, macroscopic fluorescence imaging, immunostaining, organic synthesis, small molecule purification as well as antibody conjugation and purification strategies. Additionally, interns learn about data analysis and processing and can learn about programming, especially in the area of image analysis. Interns will also learn about experimental planning and troubleshooting as it relates to their research project. To apply, please send a cover letter expressing your reason for interest in the program as well as your C.V. to Dr. Summer Gibbs. The deadline for applications is March 15th.