Stem Cell Internship

 

Stem Cell Internship

 

 City College of San Francisco 

 

Paid training in a local research laboratory

 

Students who complete the Stem Cell Certificate program are eligible for the Stem Cell Internship Program. 

The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine has funded a $1.1 million grant supporting full time paid internships for City College students in Bay Area stem cell research laboratories.

Total number of internship positions: 30 (10 interns/year over a 3 year period)

 

Duration of each internship: 9 months full time

Stipend:$2700/mo

 

The intern must also be enrolled as a full time CCSF student, and take the required Stem Cell internship course (BTEC 21D) concurrently.

To be eligible to apply, you must have successfully completed your Stem Cell Technology certificate courses by the start of the internship.    

 

Internship application                                                                                                                                                                               

 

For information contact:   Dr. Carin Zimmerman

                                             Phone: 415-239-3857

                                             Email: czimmerm@ccsf.edu

                                             Office: S254

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hosting an intern

The outstanding intern candidates have completed ~120 hours of cell culture lab. They have additional training in PCR, Western blotting and ELISA.

If you are interested in hosting an intern contact Dr. Carin Zimmerman, czimmerm@ccsf.edu  

3T3 cells stained with MitoTracker green

Mitochondria in mouse 3T3 cells stained with MitoTracker Green in BTEC 21B.

Tunnel assay

TUNEL assay detects apoptotic COS-7 cells (green staining).  From BTEC 21B.

 

 

 

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