If you are a student interested in gaining first-hand experience of vaccine research and development, you might consider undertaking an internship at the Jenner Institute.
This may be particularly relevant for students who are considering doing a PhD and who would like to experience the type of research undertaken at the Institute before deciding where to apply.
We are always interested in hearing from motivated applicants, who should have a relevant academic background and appropriate future research plans in order to make the internship a mutually beneficial experience.
Nuffield Department of Medicine Summer Internship Programme 2013
These are highly competitive and fully funded internships, undertaken at the Jenner Institute or another Institute within the Nuffield Department of Medicine.
Application deadline: Friday 1st March 2013.
1. You should be considering applying to undertake doctoral-level research in one of the fields/groups listed here.
2. You should have an excellent GPA.
3. You should be fluent in English.
4. You must be available to come to Oxford for approximately 8 weeks during the period between mid-June to mid-September 2013.
For more information and how to apply: http://www.ndm.ox.ac.uk/internships.
Externally funded internships
Applications can be considered when the student fulfils the following three criteria:
1. The placement is for a minimum of 10 weeks or longer.
2. The student has secured external or own funding to cover all living and accommodation expenses during the placement (bench fees and research consumables may be met by the Institute).
3. The student is accepted by a Group Leader who can supervise and identify a suitable internship project.
If you wish to apply for a internship, please email a statement of motivation and full CV to email@example.com.
Your application will be circulated to the relevant Jenner Investigators and Group Leaders, who will contact you directly if they can offer an internship.