South San Francisco
California, United States of America
Start Date: Summer 2020
Work Hours: 40 hours per week
Location: South San Francisco Campus
Length of Assignment: 3 months
Department Overview: The mission of the Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics (DMPK) group is to enable the discovery, selection, development, and commercialization of safe and effective medicines for significant unmet medical needs by elucidating the absorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination and pharmacokinetic properties of small molecule drug candidates. We accomplish this through application of state-of-the-art technologies and sciences of bioanalysis, drug metabolism and disposition, innovative thinking, effective collaboration and teamwork. We commit ourselves to high standards of ethics, integrity, scientific excellence, diversity, trust and respect for people.
Here are some examples of the projects we have for interns this summer…
Intern Project #1
Education Level: PhD Student (pursuing PhD, not completed)
Preferred Competencies: Microbiome, metabolism/biotransformation, and pharmacokinetics
Intern Project #2
Education Level: Master of Science (1st or 2nd Year or recent grad) OR PhD Student (pursuing PhD, not completed)
Preferred Qualifications: Experimental microbiology (anaerobic bacteria culturing), metabolomics (LC-MS), drug/xenobiotics metabolism, large metabolomics/bacteria sequencing dataset analysis
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