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The Brent Lab is part of the Basic Sciences Division at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Work in this Division spans a wide range of basic research projects, and the Division is an exceptionally active and interactive scientific environment that offers high quality scientific education to students immersed in its activities.
Ideal candidates will be available for 19 hours per week and be eligible for state or federal work study. Schedule can vary depending on class or other work schedule.
The Brent lab is seeking a work study student from Bio-Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science or related field, to help develop UI/UX and content for Augmented Reality (AR) guidance in lab procedures. The lab aide will contribute to a larger project to use AR to aid biomedical research and design.