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The Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division (VIDD) within the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center invites undergraduate students to apply to the 2020 Vaccine and Infectious Disease Undergraduate Program (VIDUP). The internship is designed to give students an opportunity to gain hands-on experience at a world-renowned research institution and explore the diverse areas of infectious disease research under the guidance of an experienced scientific mentor. There is opportunity for interning in areas such as Biostatistics, Math-Modeling, and Laboratory Research. Selected students will support an ongoing research program and have access to faculty mentorship and resources for career development.
A cover letter with your application detailing your interest in this position is required.
To be considered for VIDUP, applicants must:
We encourage individuals with diverse backgrounds to apply. Please include a cover letter with your application detailing your interest in this position (Required). Please note the job ID in the cover letter title.