Friday, October 7, 2022

Short-Term Internship in Bioinformatics

CBIRT offers an online short term internship in bioinformatics of 2 months duration for students/researchers/life-science graduates, etc. The training program will aim to provide extensive training required to excel in the area of bioinformatics.

Scientific Content Writing Internship

Scientific content writing internship is available at CBIRT for deserving candidates. The duration of the internship will be at least 2 months.

About the work from home job/internship

1. Creating strong, engaging scientific content (related to the latest bioinformatics research) in a plagiarism-free, easy and understandable manner.

2. The internship is unpaid.
Who can apply:
Only those candidates can apply who:

1. are available for the work from home job/internship

2. have good understanding of bioinformatics or computational biology

3. have excellent writing skills in English

4. are available for duration of 2 months

5. have relevant skills and interests

Other requirements:

1. Should be from a Bioinformatics/Biology or computer science, background only.

How to apply:

  • Interested candidates may send their CV, mentioning interest in the internship to



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