Current Research Opportunities for GDB Students
Find available research and internship opportunities listed below. These listings are also featured in the Global Disease Biology Weekly Newsletters, so keep an eye out for those emails on Friday afternoons! Another great resource for students interested in research and internship opportunities is the Undergraduate Research Center and Internship and Career Center.
Human Health Research Opportunities
- Life Sciences Research Associate - Kidney Disease and Dialysis Research - November 1, 2022
- Junior Specialist, Fraser Lab, University of California San Francisco School of Medicine - April 22, 2023
- CDC Disease Surveillance Fellowship - June 10, 2022
- Clinic Office Assistant at Sacramento County Department of Health Services
- Administrative Internship at Stanford Health Care
- Intern - Omni Biomarker Development at Genentech - No Expiry
- Intern - Research Inflammation at Gilead Sciences - No Expiry
- Program Assistant at Sierra Health Foundation - No Expiry
Global Health Internships 2022
The Global Health Summer Abroad Internship program provides students interested in health the opportunity to gain firsthand observational clinical rotation experience while being immersed in a local community for 5 weeks. Students will earn 6 credits as they intern for 30-35 hours per week at one of the specialized global health program sites.
- Pediatric Health in La Paz, Bolivia
- Primary Care & Rural Medicine in Tarija, Bolivia
- Pediatric Care & Reproductive Health in Ghana
- Remote Island Medicine in the Philippines
- Hospital Medicine & Health Disparities in Cape Town, South Africa
- Hospital Medicine & Infectious Diseases in Durban, South Africa
Environmental Health Research Opportunities
Reef Environmental Education Foundation (REEF) is now accepting applications for our Fall 2022 Marine Conservation Internship in Key Largo, Florida. Program dates are August 22-December 16. The application deadline is May 26. Interns support REEF’s educational programming and general operations from the REEF Campus in Key Largo, Florida. Marine Conservation Interns gain leadership experience and participate in citizen science, community outreach, and education. REEF provides housing and a $200 monthly stipend to each Marine Conservation Intern. Participants are required to have reliable transportation and must have completed at least two years of undergraduate work. The Marine Conservation Internship is open to applicants in the US and abroad.
Plant Health Research Opportunities