Internships, Research and Job Opportunities

Internship: Breathe California Golden Gate Public Health Partnership

Breathe California Golden Gate Public Health Partnership is seeking interns to assist them with communications and special events.

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Summer: GLEE (Girls Learning Environment and Energy) Ambassadors

The Solutions Science Lab in the Department of Pediatrics has developed a MOOC to teach Junior Girl Scout Troop leaders how to implement a successful research-based energy reduction program.  The program is called GLEE--Girls Learning Environment and Energy.

We are asking Stanord students who are traveling home over the summer to meet with their local Girl Scout Council to describe the GLEE MOOC and learnhow they can promote the MOOC to their Girl Scout Troop leaders.  Girl Scout experience is helpful but not mandatory.

Here's how it would work:

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Seniors and Summer: Cancer genetics career/internship opportunities at Invitae

 Invitae is a genetic sequencing laboratory specializing in testing for hereditary cancers and other genetic disorders. We're growing quickly and looking for some bright Stanford students and alums to join our team. We have a few career postings and summer internship opportunities for our team that I would love to share with current Stanford Human Biology students.

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Research: Research Assistant for Summer or Fall 2015 through PSYC 199 or internship

The Eating Disorders Research Program, Stanford University Department of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Lab website: http://edresearch.stanford.edu
 
Overview of research: The children of mothers with histories of eating disorders are at an increased risk of developing feeding, eating, and related psychopathologies themselves.

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Research: Research with Professors Eran Bendavid and Marcella Alsan

Research on Gender and Development: Professors Eran Bendavid and Marcella Alsan seek a student to assist with coding of primary and secondary school reforms in a subset of countries in the developing world. The excel template is provided.

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Internship: Support for International Change

Support for International Change is an organization stationed in Tanzania that is dedicated to teaching about HIV/AIDS.

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Seniors: Stanford Department of Pediatrics/Disease Prevention Group

The Solutions Science Lab in Department of Pediatrics/Disease Prevention group is hiring a full time Spanish-speaking Data Collection Research Assistant to join a multi-disciplinary team performing community-based intervention research trials for overweight children and their families.  Data Collectors would be trained to assess diet using NDS software, measure physical activity using accelerometers, take anthropometric measures (height, weight, waist, skinfold) following protocol to ensure consistency, assess adult health literacy, and to administer a variety of survey instruments.

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Summer: Pediatric Bipolar Disorders Program

The Pediatric Bipolar Disorders Program is looking for a student intern who will work closely with the study coordinators and Principal Investigators, Manpreet Singh, MD, MS and Kiki Chang, MD, for various research studies involving children with mood disorders. The ideal candidate is a student majoring in Psychology or Human Biology with an interest in research and psychopathology. Experience with Microsoft Excel is required as the student will have to do some data entry.

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Seniors: Revolution Foods--Regional Partnership Manager (Oakland/San Francisco)

Revolution Foods is hiring a Regional Partnership Manager to work in Oakland/SF. 
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Misc: Survey for Education Research

Shadab Hussain, a doctoral student at the Stanford Graduate School of Education, is currently conducting an online survey project focusing on the healthy developmen

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