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Julia Joo

Former intern thanks ISB

In 2013, Joo was a high school intern in ISB’s Hood Lab. In 2014, she came back for another internship, this time in the Huang Lab. Joo has since graduated from the University of Washington with a Biochemistry and Molecular, Cellular and Development Biology double major, and now she’s working at Seattle Children’s Research Institute Center for Immunity and Immunotherapies in the Miao Lab.

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Lena Joesch-Cohen

ISB Undergrad Intern Publishes Paper in Journal

Congratulations to Lena Joesch-Cohen (pictured above), who was one of ISB’s 2016 summer undergrad interns, just published a paper on the project she completed with Gustavo Glusman (Principal Scientist, Hood Lab). “Differences between the genomes of lymphoblastoid cell lines and blood-derived samples” was published on Feb. 23, 2017, in Dove Press. In a recommendation letter that Gustavo wrote to support Lena, he said this: “Lena is an outstanding scholar. Despite…

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Intern Notebook: Our First Field Trip

By Isiac Orr ISB High School Intern In an effort to enrich both summer internship programs at ISB and Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI), high school interns from both institutes gathered recently to learn about their respective programs. The interns first met at ISB to get an introduction and take photos. The group then followed Dr. Becky Howsmon, award-winning senior scientist at SCRI, to tour SCRI’s discovery portal and lab…

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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

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