Summer 2017 Internship Opportunity at the UNC Center for AIDS Research
Do you want to use math to help the fight against HIV/AIDS?
The Biostatistics Core at UNC Center for AIDS Research is seeking a summer undergraduate intern, paid $11 to 14/hour, 10-20 hours per week. The Core helps design studies, analyze data and advance statistics methods for HIV research, at UNC and internationally. As a summer intern, you will have the opportunity to aid in statistical analysis and gain valuable experience in multidisciplinary research. Students majoring in math, statistics, computer science, or another quantitative research field are invited to apply. If you have R-project, SAS or STATA coding experience let us know! To learn more about our research, go to http://unccfar.org/ (Cores – Biostatistics).
Students from underrepresented minorities majoring in any of the above fields are highly encouraged to apply.
Application deadline: Mon April 24, 2017
-Are currently enrolled undergraduate students curious about a career in biostatistics or medical research
-Have a keen interest in mathematics, statistics, and/or programming
-Are computer savvy, abstract thinkers with math training through Calculus 1
-Want to learn more about HIV/AIDS and are able to meet in person on UNC main campus
To apply, please send your resume, availability, and a list of 2 or more references (teachers or people you have worked with) to Katie Mollan: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have questions, please contact us via email.