Requirements: A background in an environmental or forestry related discipline is desirable. Preference will be given to students with previous protein-analysis or lab-related
analysis experience. A background in DNA analysis experience would also be preferred.
Credit Offered: Capstone credit available (5 credits/quarter), could be used for a Winter Quarter capstone project(data collection and analysis begins immediately upon hire).
How to Apply: Send an email of interest and resume to: Lila Westreich, firstname.lastname@example.org, UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
Deadline:Friday, October 27th, 2017
Tasks include analyzing protein samples, running samples, pipetting, and using the Bradford bio-assay method for analysis. The option to go further and complete DNA analysis
would be presented. Training will be provided but preference will be given to students with previous experience and expertise in protein or DNA analysis. The student could also have the opportunity to co-author a scientific paper on this project if desired.
Effect of non-native plant pollen on native bee
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