Updated on 10/16/2023:COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY
Updated on 10/16/2023:LifeSci NYC Internship Program: Paid Positions in Business, Science & Technology
The LifeSci NYC Internship Program offers the chance to complete a single application to gain access to paid internship and full-time job opportunities at dozens of NYC life sciences companies and organizations. LaGuardia Community College students from all majors are eligible to apply. Even though the full summer application is closed, there will be selected summer opportunities available for students that complete the abbreviated full-time and academic year general application. The program is open to students enrolled in a university in NYC, and to NYC residents enrolled at a university anywhere. Recent graduates (spring 2021 or later) are also eligible to apply. Contact email@example.com or Dr. Na Xu (Natural Sciences department) at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
LifeSci NYC is an in itiative launched by the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) to support and grow the life sciences industry in New York City. It is aimed at fostering innovation, attracting investment, and creating job opportunities in the life sciences sector. LifeSci NYC offers various internship opportunities for students interested in the life sciences industry. These internships provide valuable hands-on experience and exposure to the diverse fields within life sciences, including biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and healthcare. The internship programs facilitated by LifeSci NYC aim to connect students with leading life sciences companies, academic institutions, and research organizations in New York City. These internships typically offer students the opportunity to work on real-world projects, collaborate with industry professionals, and gain insight into the inner workings of the life sciences sector.
Updated on 10/16/2023:NYC ENVIROMENTAL PROTECTION
Updated on 05/22/2023:2023-2024 LaGuardia CUNY Research Scholras Program
The CUNY Research Scholars Program (CRSP) provides funded laboratory
experiences for Associate degree students over a one-year period.
The goal of the program is to encourage undergraduate participation
in authentic research and to increase persistence in STEM disciplines.
Students receive continuous mentoring from faculty members and
participate in programming offered at their campuses, including
sessions on laboratory safety, public speaking and poster preparation.
Enrollment for the 2023-2024 academic year is now open. We encourage students to apply using the following application form: https://forms.gle/GxNvjWTdViDSU7pUA
Please email Dr. Roman Senkov (at email@example.com) and Dr. Nathan Hosannah (at firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
Updated on 05/22/2023:NIH Bridges program at LaGuardia Community College
LaGuardia Community College's 'Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program' provides mentored research experiences to qualified minority, disadvantaged or disabled students. The LaGuardia Bridges program has formed a consortium with three exceptional four year colleges, the City College of New York, Hunter College, and Queens College, to provide challenging research experiences in the biomedical and behavioral sciences for the STEM underrepresented college students (underrepresented minorities, the disabled, and those from disadvantaged backgrounds) that LaGuardia serves. Please contact Dr. Maria Entezari at email@example.com for more details.
Updated on 05/22/2023:The Undergraduate Research Program 2023 at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory recruits undergraduate students for their undergraduate research program. The program details can be found here: https://www.cshl.edu/education/undergraduate-research-program/#curriculum. If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply onlie or better contact Dr. Na Xu (Natural Sciences department) directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated on 05/22/2023:6th annual LaGuardia Undergraduate Research Day
LaGuardia's Undergraduate Research Day is dedicated to promoting and facilitating research experiences for students, https://www.laguardia.edu/research-day/.
LaGuardia Community College will host the 6th annual Undergraduate Research Day on Wednesday, June 7, 2023, 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. in-person only in Room E-111. Everyone who plans to present or attend the Undergraduate Research Day, please register in advance.
Posters and recorded presentations will be available for viewing May 31 – June 6. All materials must meet accessibility criteria. More information can be found on the Poster and Presentation Submission webpage: https://www.laguardia.edu/academics/poster-submission/.
The Research Day is an annual event dedicated to promoting and facilitating research experiences for students. This is an opportunity for students to showcase the research they have been working on to the college-wide community. We encourage faculty from all departments to invite their students to participate in poster presentations. All students must have gone through CITI training and submit their certificate with their poster.
Student abstract submissions are due Sunday, May 7, 2023.
Updated on 02/18/2022:Internship at Pandemic Response Labs (PRL)
PRL is a subsidiary of Opentrons Labworks Inc., a leading diagnostic life sciences company based in Long Island City, NY. PRL is led by a team of experts in genetics, clinical diagnostics, and robotics. PRL’s state-of-the-art labs use knowledge and technology licensed from NYU Langone based on research led by world-class geneticist Dr. Jef Boeke. PRL leverages proprietary innovations in automation, sample accessioning, sample processing, and assay sensitivity to enable <24 hour turnaround time with 20% increased sensitivity and <200 ml limit of detection vs benchmark sites. Cost-effective, unmatched capacity, and unparalleled turnaround times PRL implements multiple instruments of top of the line lab robotics working in parallel within a single lab.
PRL is collaborating with LaGuardia and looking for talented and dedicated student interns interested in pursuing science careers in the life sciences sector.
Title: Laboratory Internship
Reports to: Lab Supervisor
Schedule: Flexible; 24/7 days operation During the height of the coronavirus pandemic, a group of leading experts came together to launch the Pandemic Response Lab (PRL) which was announced by NYC’s Mayor De Blasio in August 2020. As New York City reopens, we recognize the need for fast, accurate and widespread testing. Based in Innolabs in Long Island City, PRL is a state of the art high complexity lab dedicated to currently processing COVID-19 tests with results within 24-48 hours and other validated tests in the future. We are currently seeking a Laboratory Internship to join our growing team.
General role: The Laboratory Intern provides support for the clinical laboratory to ensure that clinical operations and special projects are performed in a timely manner.
Responsibilities: Handle specimen plates for running on various automated laboratory protocols. Locate, retrieve, and transport specimens as needed. Store samples in designated storage areas. Handle specimens with utmost consideration to maintaining specimen integrity, safety, easy retrieval, and organization. Provide assistance to Lab Technologists in any area when necessary. Remove and/or discard expired samples from the storage area as required. Maintain a safe and clean workspace at all times. Maintain a well-organized work area with adequate supplies. Maintain documentation of assigned functions as required. Escalate any/all issues or questions through appropriate channels. Escalate any/all issues or questions to a Lead, Supervisor or Manager. Attend department training and meetings and interact in two-way communication to assist in process improvement. Other duties as assigned Basic qualifications: Previous lab work experience, lab automation a plus. Must be enrolled in a physical science degree program. Basic computer skills. Good written and verbal communication. Ability to work in a team environment. Problem solving skills. Sitting, standing, and/or walking for hours.
Advanced qualifications: Familiar with various laboratory automation, especially Opentrons, Tecan, Analytik Jena
Downloads: Program description and company introduction (pdf, 3.6Mb).
Contacts: Dr. Na Xu (email@example.com).