The Summer @ Roche Intern Program has been developed to provide students with a fun yet rewarding summer through hands-on experience and numerous opportunities to network with other interns as well as employees in the organization. Additionally, we help our students meet their career development and educational goals while potentially building a future with the Roche organization. Leveraging the education you received already, we hope to give you an opportunity to grow and develop with us!
What You Will Do
- The intern will participate in studies and experiments to develop and characterize immunohistochemistry (IHC) staining assays on automated tissue staining platforms and/or participate in studies using nanoString technology to support IHC assay development.
- The intern will be part of the project team and may engage in studies for feasibility or verification work. When possible, the intern will have the opportunity to complete an individual research project related to the design and performance of an IHC assay or a molecular biology assay.
- The intern will be assigned a mentor from the Assay and Reagent Development team.
- Under the supervision, the intern will be planning, designing, and performing the experiment, analyzing the resulting data.
- Presentation of the study results to an interdisciplinary audience.
- Develop and maintain familiarity with the current processes and procedures.
- Assist in identifying opportunities for improvements.
- Participate in team projects.
- Monitor work to ensure quality.
Required Skills and Abilities
- Currently enrolled in an accredited college/university during program calendar year 2020.
- Completed at least 2 years of college/university to be eligible for the program.
- Students with areas of study such as Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, Biology, Chemistry, or Chemical Engineering will be considered.
- Must have a ≥3.0 GPA.
- Experience working in laboratories, e.g. through prior internships or laboratory based course work.
- Participation in student organizations and/or other leadership experience.
- Basic knowledge of biology, biochemistry, and immunology.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Strong organization skills and self-motivated.
- Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet, database and email software.
- Minimum availability of 12 weeks (Required start on or before program Welcome Reception and end date on or after Summer End Poster Symposium).
- Job type:Internships
Arizona (United States...
- Closing Date:9th Nov 2019, 6:00 pm