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The Infectious Disease Sciences program at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center is seeking an Undergraduate Research Intern to fulfill a variety of administrative and/or clinical responsibilities in support of two or more clinical studies.
This hourly position will work under the direction of an Infectious Disease Sciences Program faculty member. This student will assist with ongoing prospective clinical studies related to the microbiome and will help members of the research team with retrospective epidemiologic reviews of infections in cancer/transplant recipients.
This position will provide an opportunity to learn about clinical research in the cancer patient population. The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (fredhutch.org) is a unique place to work, with more than 300 faculty involved in a variety of research goals, working towards the elimination of cancer and related diseases as causes of human suffering and death.