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bidhan Bandyopadhyay <[log in to unmask]>
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Daily eNews for CMNS Students <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 10 Feb 2019 23:14:05 -0500
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Subject: Research training opportunity

Program Description:
Calcium signaling laboratory @ Washington DC VA Medical Center has a
long-standing record of helping UG students/post-bacs get into the
Medical/Dental/Pharmacy and PhD program. Students will get a chance to be
involved in exciting multidisciplinary research opportunities to acquire
skills and knowledge across the field in Biomedical Science including Cell
Biology, Physiology and Biomedical Engineering. This interdisciplinary
research training will trigger the passion in science, give the students a
competitive edge in both academia and industry, and help them become leaders
in these new emerging research fields. We expect the students to undertake
multi-faceted approaches to problem solving and develop critical skills
applicable for future endeavors. Students will be given opportunities to be
trained in a wide-array of scientific fields, including: cell culture, cell
imaging, signal transduction, physiology and biomolecular analysis.
How to Apply
Candidates can directly contact the PI through email ([log in to unmask])
stating their interest with their CV/resume. After the preliminary interview,
they can be forwarded to the DC VA Medical Center voluntary service for
further consideration.
	Preference will be given to upperclassmen and recent graduates. Students
who have completed relevant courses, including upper level
chemistry/biochemistry, Physiology/Neurophysiology and physics courses, are
strongly preferred. Minimum of 12 hour/week.
	Demonstration of self-motivation, integrity, responsibility, and
initiative in working towards a goal.

Event Location: DCVAMC, Research, 50 Irving Street, NW, 20422
Contact Person: Dr. Bidhan Bandyopadhyay
Contact Email: [log in to unmask]
Contact Phone Number: 2027458622
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