CO-ADD Chemistry Prize

The University of Queensland in Australia for the Community for Open Antimicrobial Drug Discovery (CO-ADD) CO-ADD Chemistry Prize is a competition open to all academic researchers and students worldwide, who can submit an abstract on their chemistry research, and an optional video on how chemistry can fight the war on superbugs and help find the next antibiotic.

Four prizes will be awarded based on the diversity of compounds chemists can produce. We offer a prize pool of US$5,500  to go towards sample preparation costs. The entries will be judged by an international panel of chemists and microbiologists, and we also have a people’s choice category.

Closing date for applications: January 15, 2016.

Entries and vote at http://thinkable.org/competition/30

Kind regards,

Mathilde DESSELLE MEng MEcon | Marketing and Outreach Manager

 

CO-ADD Community for Open Antimicrobial Drug Discovery   

Institute for Molecular Biosciences|The University of Queensland | St Lucia QLD 4072 Australia

T 0733462746 | E m.desselle@uq.edu.au | W www.co-add.org 

Skype: mathilde.desselle

Women in Technology – Director of Life Sciences

 

 

 

Laboratory Assistant position (Full time)

Biotech company seeking motivated and seasoned candidates for their Laboratory Assistant position. We are located in Sorrento Valley and are actively interviewing candidates. Please reply with a word document of your resume and please do not apply to the position more than once all resumes will be reviewed and qualified candidates will be contacted.

Position: Full-Time (contract to hire)
Positions: 4 (Full Time)
Benefits: Available
Start Date: 11/30

Requirements:
-Develop and validate analytical assays (mainly ELISA) to meet final requirements.
-Responsible for general lab safety with regard to employees and clients.
-Responsible for keeping accurate inventory of supplies for laboratory operations.
-Responsible for accurate record keeping with regards to sponsor’s samples, data
and reports.
-Responsible for communicating with client with regards to project.

Qualifications:
-Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) in Science or related discipline. MUST have lab experience performing ELISA assays.
-Experience running other biochemical assays is a plus.
-Coursework in “Bioanalytical Skills” would be ideal.
-GLP and GMP experience preferred but not required.

Key Skills:
Immunoassays
ELISA
western blots
lateral flow assays

 

Ezra Chavarin
Scientific Recruiter
858-609-2067 Phone

858-609-2090 Fax

echavari@aerotek.com

 

 

9635 granite ridge drive

Suite 300

San Diego, CA 92123

 

 

 

 

 

A referral is the best compliment I can receive……

http://www.linkedin.com/in/ezrachavarin

Paid International Summer Research Opportunity for STEM students

The SDSU Minority Health and Health Disparities International Research program is now recruiting undergraduate and graduate students from all campuses for our summer 2016 research training sites. The research experience is paid, and the application deadline is December 15th. We would appreciate it if you would promote the program to your students.

MHIRT trainees conduct basic science, biomedical, and public health research in six different countries: Ghana, Jordan, Mexico, Peru, Taiwan, and Uganda.
·  Research important health issues

·  Explore a new country

·  Learn a new culture

·  Earn a summer stipend

·  Paid travel expenses

 

Learn more at MHIRT.com

 

Online application here

 

Application materials:

·  Application form

·  Statement of purpose

·  Transcripts

·  2 Letters of Recommendation

 

Applications due December 15, 2015

 

Questions?

Program Director Dena Plemmons, Ph.d.

plemmons@mail.sdsu.edu

Program Coordinator Matt Combs, M.A.

mcombs@mail.sdsu.edu

UCSD BMES | Project Team Application

Hello CHEM students,

The first application for BMES (Biomedical Engineering Society) Project Team’s research teams is officially open! http://goo.gl/forms/uwzk2n6wfI This application will be due Saturday, 11/14, by 11:59 PM.

Our goal is to promote undergraduate involvement in biomedical research and design by providing a team environment, advising and mentorship, and other resources to teach valuable professional skills. We support research projects in faculty labs and biomedical entrepreneurial teams that compete in BMEIdea and DEBUT, which challenge students to develop and market devices that meet a clinical need.

Research project teams work in UCSD faculty labs on faculty-given projects. Team members will work directly with faculty and graduate students for the duration of the project, and will get the chance to present their research at Project Team showcases. Projects will run year-round until completion. BMES Project Team is affiliated with the Bioengineering department, but faculty members are looking for more than bioengineering majors to join their team, so all majors are welcome to apply!
Our application is continuously updated in “cycles” as we acquire more projects from faculty members. Each cycle will end approximately a week after the project descriptions for that cycle are posted. Please join our mailing list (http://eepurl.com/bDU5ab) and join our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/groups/BMESProjectTeam1516/) to receive updates on when cycles start and end.

If you interested in the administrative side of Project Team, please come to our committee meetings Mondays 6:00 to 7:30 PM on the 3rd floor of Powell-Focht Bioengineering Hall. We will be looking for help with project management as Project Team grows, so all help is welcome!

You must be a *paid* BMES member to join a project team. For all membership inquiries, please contact mragsac@ucsd.edu.

Thank you and we look forward to reviewing your applications!

Sumit Dan & Benjamin Yang
Project Team Chairs | Biomedical Engineering Society
University of California, San Diego
sudan@ucsd.edubyang@ucsd.edu
project.team.bmes@gmail.com

Come by and meet Professor Kamil Godula

Come by and meet Professor Kamil Godula and PhD Candidate Chris Lee at the UCSD table in the exhibit hall for the #ABRCMS2015 Conference!

The Center for Aerosol Impacts on Climat

The Center for Aerosol Impacts on Climate and the Environment (CAICE) is now accepting applications for their Undergraduate Summer Research Program! http://ow.ly/UAsox

The Center for Aerosol Impacts on Climat

The Center for Aerosol Impacts on Climate and the Environment (CAICE) is now accepting applications for the Undergraduate Summer Research Program! http://ow.ly/UAr3d