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Quantitative Methods for HIV Researchers: Summer Internships
The program offers full-time summer internships for graduate students in the quantitative sciences to conduct research in leading HIV/AIDS laboratories, co-mentored by both an HIV/AIDS researcher and quantitative science faculty. These internships immerse graduate students in the quantitative sciences necessary for research currently underway in leading HIV/AIDS laboratories. HIV/AIDS focused PIs submit their proposals in the fall and student applicants are screened and matched with appropriate projects in Clinical, Translational, or Socio-behavioral Science. The 12 week Summer Internship program has been extremely successful, for example the 2020 internship final survey showed that 8 of 9 interns rated the program experience as excellent, and 6/9 interns responded that were highly likely to pursue a career in HIV in the future.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2024 Summer Internship. The application deadline is Sunday, January 7, 2024.
All graduate student employees must work in North Carolina.
- No students can work outside of the U.S. whether a U.S. citizen, Green Card holder, visa holder or not.
- Foreign nationals who are physically located in the U.S. can work, but their visa status must allow for this work.