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The Flow Cytometry Core at Fred Hutch is looking for a summer intern. The intern will learn the technical aspects of flow cytometry and how it can be used in a wide variety of scientific research activities. The internship will not be project specific, but will be geared towards a working understanding of the technology and its applications.