Biological and health sciences

Summer Internship Program (SIP) at Johns Hopkins University

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The SIP provides experience in research laboratories at Johns Hopkins University to students who have completed 1 or more years of college and are of diverse backgrounds including: underrepresented minority students, economically disadvantaged students, students from underserved backgrounds and students with disabilities.

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Oportunidad de empleo: Técnico de Investigación

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Oportunidad de empleo en la Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico, como técnico de investigación en el Centro de Educación, Conservación e Interpretación Ambiental (CECIA). 

El Centro está localizado físicamente en San Germán, pero el puesto incluye trabajo de campo al rededor de la Isla. 

Su solicitud debe ser enviada directamente a la Oficina de Recursos Humanos Central.

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Hiring Research Assistants for research project: island-wide

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We are looking for an immediate hire of multiple Research Assistant/Interviewer positions at FDI Clinical Research in San Juan, Puerto Rico to implement the protocols for data collection for the NIH-funded PROSPECT project, an island-wide observational study of cardiovascular risk factors among adults in Puerto Rico.

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Puerto Rico close to a massive coral reef loss

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Gerardo E. Alvarado León

Due to the warming ocean temperatures, coral reefs around Puerto Rico have been under stress for more than 7 weeks in a row, which could provoke a massive bleaching event after October 27. If this bleaching occurs there could be negative effects of unknown magnitude to fishing, recreational and tourism industries. 

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Puerto Rican scientist develops virtual reality project for children

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Paola Arroyo Guzmán

Neuroscientists Joel Aceveda developed a virtual reality project for children with attention deficit disorder and learning disabilities.

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