The National Center for Genome Resources (NCGR) and the New Mexico INBRE Sequencing and Bioinformatics Core are offering a bioinformatics intensive internship this summer. This program is geared towards undergraduate and graduate biology students who have minimal or no bioinformatics experience.
Topics covered include:
- Variant Detection
- Gene Expression Analysis
- Pathway Analysis
- Data Parsing
- Genome and Transcriptome Assembly Methods
- UNIX and runnig command line based algorithms and tools
- Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Technologies and wet lab overview
- New applications and more!
The internships will take place at the NCGR located at 2935 Rodeo Park Dr., Santa Fe, NM 87505.
The sessions will start on June 19th, and run for 2 or 7 weeks (7 week session ending August 4th). The sessions begin with 2 weeks of instruction followed by 5 weeks of hands-on projects including a presentation of your work. Students can apply for the 2-week session only or the entire 7 weeks (indicate on application).
For more information and to apply complete the application process and have a mentor provide a letter of recommendation by 11:59 MST, Sunday May 7th, 2017.
Questions? Please email Lisana Chavez, Program Associate.
The internships are sponsored by the New Mexico IDeA Network for Biomedical Excellence (NM-INBRE).