Bioinformatics Internship Programs

Scientific Content Writing Internship (Closed)

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

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