Graduate Research Intern

About: One year graduate research internship opportunity for students graduating in May, looking to pursue graduate school, medical school, etc. in 2019. Prof. Rick Eisenstein ( has a research group in Nutritional Sciences conducting research on mammalian iron homeostasis.

Qualifications: Lab experience, especially with mice (but not required), and moledular techniques like qPCR and PCR genotyping. 

Salary: $26,000

Apply: Email Prof. Eisenstein directly at

Nutritional Sciences Department
Madison, Wis.
Full time
Posted Date: 
Monday, April 30, 2018
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