TGen’s paid summer internship program in biomedical research – Helios Scholars at TGen – is now accepting applications through Feb. 13.
The Helios Scholars at TGen program is open to high school (16 years and over), undergraduate, graduate and medical school students interested in spending this coming summer working under the mentorship of a TGen scientist on an authentic translational research project. The summer program closes with a celebratory intern research symposium in July.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to inspire and motivate our young leaders to explore careers in the life sciences and to work with today’s leaders at TGen” shared AZBio CEO Joan Koerber-Walker. “I encourage all of our AZBio Members to share this information with the inspiring young people in our community.”
Helios Scholars at TGen is a paid, eight-week summer internship program in biomedical research open to Arizona high school, undergraduate, graduate and medical school students. Interns work full-time on a research project under the mentorship of a TGen scientist to unravel the genetic components of diabetes, neurological disease and cancer. At TGen North in Flagstaff, interns focus their summer research on public health and pathogens such as Valley Fever and antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Applications and details: www.tgen.org/intern
Questions: Julie Euber, Education and Outreach Specialist at TGen, email@example.com