Lead Generation Internship for Life Science Firm

Phlegar & Associates is seeking a lead generation intern to perform research on behalf of a life sciences company. The position could also be split between two interns, each working 4-6 hours per week. The intern(s) will call physician practices, making it ideal for someone familiar with clinical topics and/or is a science major. The position pays $12-$15/hour. A set weekly schedule can be determined based on the candidate’s availability during the week. This position is available immediately.

Contact at Kathy Phlegar at kphlegar@phlegarandassoc.com with any questions or to indicate your interest in applying.

 

Posted on August 26, 2019 in Internships & Jobs

Paid Internship Opportunity at Knowledge Capital Group

Knowledge Capital Group [KCG] seeks a dynamic, motivated, and detail-oriented student with a healthy desire to grow in a challenging, respectful, and diversified work environment.  Qualified candidates will be eager to gain experience by taking on tasks that support the full scope of firm operations. Responsibilities will include general office management duties, supporting staff on client deliverable production, addressing inbound queries via phone and in-person, conducting industry research and analysis, and other tasks as needed. The Intern will interface with all members of the team and will report directly to Chrissie Hamilton, Consultant.

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Qualifications:

  • Enrolled as a Senior in the College of Charleston Honors College
  • Graphic design and web development experience a plus
  • Business writing experience a plus
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office products; experience with MS Outlook a plus
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated organization skills and strong problem-solving abilities
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and work under deadlines/time constraints

 This position would be scheduled for between 8-12 hours/week on average

 To apply, please send you resume to Misty Antonacci (CofC Honors Class of 2019), mantonacci@knowledgecapitalgroup.com. Learn more about KCG here: knowledgecapitalgroup.com

Posted on August 26, 2019 in Internships & Jobs

Part-time lab aide position at Hollings Cancer Center

A part-time lab aide position is currently available in the O’Bryan laboratory in the Department of Cell & Molecular Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics within MUSC’s Hollings Cancer Center.

This position will involve performing routine laboratory duties including the following:

  • Washing and sterilization of laboratory glassware
  • Preparation of routine solutions and laboratory materials
  • Preparation of bacterial media and culture plates
  • Maintenance of laboratory equipment
  • Assistance with routine experimental procedures including, but not limited to, PCR, plasmid isolations, cell culture, etc.
  • Maintenance of electronic laboratory records

Prior experience with molecular biology, biochemistry, and cell biology methods is desired. It is anticipated that this position will entail 10-15 hrs per week. Hours of work are flexible. For information, please contact: John P. O’Bryan, Ph.D., at obryanjo@musc.edu.

Posted on August 21, 2019 in Uncategorized

Neurobiology of Speech Recognition Research Opportunity

The Hearing Research Program at MUSC is offering a research opportunity for an ongoing research study on the neurobiology of speech recognition in older adults (PI: Kenny Vaden). This opportunity will involve the collection of cognitive and audiological measures, in addition to neuroimaging data, to better understand why older adults experience speech recognition difficulties. Students will have the opportunity to learn about 1) participant recruitment, screening, and informed consent for a neuroimaging study; 2) data collection activities that include behavioral assessment and neuroimaging at the MRI scanner; 3) data organization and quality control; and 4) scientific communication.

Additional information about our research is available here and here. For additional information about this position, please contact Dr. Kenny Vaden at vaden@musc.edu.

Posted on August 19, 2019 in Research

Neuroscience of Addiction Research Opportunity

A position is available to study the effects of abused drugs like alcohol and heroin using rodent models. Current projects are investigating the epigenetic mechanisms that underlie stress-induced alcohol drinking and relapse to heroin use. Volunteers will have the chance to learn fluorescent microscopy, immunohistochemistry, brain slicing, data analysis, and more.

For more information, contact Ethan Anderson, Ph.D. via email at anderset@musc.edu.

Posted on August 19, 2019 in Research

(Re)/Deconstructing Genetics and the Good Society | Spring Break 2020 Experience to Scotland

This spring we are pleased to offer an optional travel experience for students enrolled in the Honors Colloquia Course, (Re)/Deconstructing Genetics and the Good Society.  There are no prerequisites for the course and students from all majors are welcome to enroll. Travel is not required to enroll in the course. 

Course Information: More than 5 million people have spit in a tube and sent their DNA to 23andMe for ancestry and health genetic testing.  As part of this course, you may choose to join them after deconstructing the implications of that decision for yourself and your relatives – What does truly informed consent look like when donating your DNA to research projects or making decisions about genetic testing results? Can you maintain sovereignty over your DNA once donated? Who ultimately benefits from your participation in these projects?  We’ll examine the science behind DNA databases, direct to consumer genetic testing, pre-natal genetic testing, and large scale genomic medicine projects while also paying close attention to how they intersect with gender, class, race, ethnicity, and disability. Ultimately, we’ll aim to reconstruct genetic research so that it is more equitable and responsive to all members of our society. A 23andMe Ancestry Kit will be provided to each student in the course, although there is no requirement to use the kit. 

Travel Location: Edinburgh, Scotland to visit the Generation Scotland Genetics Program and the University of Edinburgh School of Public Health

Further Information: Interested students should contact Dr. Chris Korey (koreyc@cofc.edu) for more information.

Deadlines: Deadline for registering for the optional travel component is November 1st. Travel fee covers most travel expenses in Edinburgh. Students will purchase their own flight separately.

Posted on August 1, 2019 in Study Abroad

MUSC – Addiction Sciences Division

Do you want to help conduct cutting-edge neuroscience research? Are you interested in the brain, how alcohol impacts it, and want to help society learn more about how to help people with alcohol use disorder? Do you feel comfortable doing research with animals? Are you up for working as a volunteer or for course credit this coming Fall and Spring semesters and perhaps beyond?

If this sounds like you, apply now to work with Dr. Christina Lebonville, a post-doctoral scholar at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). A detail-oriented, reliable, and organized undergraduate student or recent graduate is needed to help conduct neuroscience research with mice. Dr. Lebonville has several projects ongoing and can provide you with a range of molecular/genetic and behavioral research experience, depending on your goals. Dr. Lebonville loves to teach young scientists, especially ones enthusiastic about the team is working on. If you are interested, please send Dr. Lebonville a brief introduction and your current resume/CV to lebonvil@musc.edu to start the application process. Interviews will be conducted soon to find the right candidates to join the team!

Posted on July 23, 2019 in Research

Summer 2020 FBI Honors Intern Program

The FBI Honors Internship Program is a 10-week, paid internship for undergraduate and graduate students. While exploring their exciting career options, students work side-by-side with FBI employees at their Washington, D.C.-area Headquarters or in Field Offices around the country. Open to a wide range of academic areas, this internship offers experiences students can’t find elsewhere.

The Summer 2020 FBI Honors Intern Program application dates are August 16 to Sept 15, 2019. Visit https://www.fbijobs.gov/students/undergrad to learn about eligibility requirements and the application process.

The FBI is interested in applicants with a wide range of educational backgrounds. These include but are not limited to the following: Accounting, Business, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, English, Film, Finance, Foreign Languages, Human Resources, Information Technology, Journalism, Law, Marketing, Public Relations, and Visual Arts.

Posted on July 11, 2019 in Internships & Jobs

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