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Duke Quantitative Summer Internships in HIV/AIDS

Friday, November 30, 2018

For graduate students in a quantitative discipline
We are offering paid summer internships for graduate students in quantitative disciplines to conduct HIV/AIDS-related research during Summer 2019. These research opportunities span many quantitative areas including data analysis, visualization, machine learning, computer simulation, mathematical modeling or device engineering, together with hands-on bench work in the lab. Interns will be jointly mentored by an HIV research scientist and a quantitative faculty member (who could be your current research advisor if appropriate). At the end of the summer, interns will have gained valuable hands-on experience in a collaborative, clinical setting, increased knowledge in HIV/AIDS research, and strengthened written and oral communication skills. Interns will also have the opportunity to present their work at national and international HIV/AIDS conferences.

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