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Now Accepting ISB Internship Applications

ISB’s summer internships for high school and undergraduate students are highly competitive — who wouldn’t want to work leading experts in systems biology research? The application process is now open. If you or someone you know may be interested in applying, visit the following links:

High School Internships

Undergraduate Internships

Suk-Lin Zhou, a 2013 undergraduate intern in the Nathan Price Lab, presents her poster on: Functional network comparisons of genome scale metabolic reconstructions of Mycobaterium tuberculosis.

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