Help uncover what mice can tell us about our genes and drug addiction behaviors.
Applicants should have strong math skills, have taken at least a year of high school biology and have an interest in psychology. Some weekend work may need to be performed, so flexibility in working schedule is a must. Intern should support animal research for the advancement of scientific understanding and the improvement of human and non-human health and welfare. The selected intern must wear lab-appropriate clothing (closed-toed shoes, long pants/skirts for full coverage).
Students will need to complete a background check and medical clearance before the start of the internship. If required, you will need to provide your personal health records. Students who have an in-person experience at the VA must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, with at least one booster shot. Please be prepared to provide proof of vaccination, or to receive a COVID-19 vaccination, as a requirement for onboarding for your in-person experience at the VA. You will not be allowed to participate within the VA Healthcare System if you are not compliant with this policy. Students must be minimum age specified by May 15.