Center for Computational Biology Summer Internship Program


The CCB internship program (http://ccb.jhu.edu/internship.shtml) will provide you with hands-on research experience as part of ongoing research projects with bioinformatics and genomics faculty in the Departments of Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Biostatistics, and Biology, and in the Institute of Genetic Medicine. Current areas of research include analysis of high-throughput DNA sequence data to characterize genes and their variations, studies of the microbiome, assembly of whole-genome shotgun data from various species, and the development of new computational and statistical methods for other genome analysis problems. The program involves full-time research for 8-12 weeks between May and August. Note that in 2015, for the first time, the CCB Summer Internships are being organized jointly with the Summer Research Expeditions in the Computer Science Department at JHU. The program is open to college undergraduates and to exceptional high school students.