Seasoned scientists and those wanting to become scientists commit to a lifetime of learning. Always aiming to enhance their understanding of the world, scientists engage in a number of educational endeavors, such as internships, throughout their careers. Texas Biomed is committed to supporting those interested in pursuing a career in science by offering a variety of internships and outreach programs.
It is our goal to provide all interns with a rich learning culture that encourages ongoing development of skills and knowledge. These internships are usually in the lab or in our administrative departments, such as Finance, Communications, Research Support Services, etc. This year they will be held virtually. Not every department offers an internship every semester or in the summer. Spring and Fall internships are on a rolling basis, while our summer internship programs have a set start and end date.
**Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and maintaining strict social distancing and safety protocols on campus, we are currently not able to offer the Texas Biomed/SNPRC Summer Internship.
Please check back in the fall of 2021 to for updates on the 2022 internship program.**
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Learn more about our Collegiate Internships
Other Learning Opportunities
Postdoctoral Training – Graduates interested in postdoctoral training in one of our laboratories can visit our Employment page for opportunities.
Veterinary Externships – Students in a certified laboratory of animal medicine and/or veterinary program. Students will obtain experience in working with laboratory animals in two to four-week stints scheduled around a student’s clinical rotation. These are offered through the Southwest National Primate Research Center. Please contact our Education & Outreach Director for more information at .