Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Intern for undergraduate student at FDA

The Office of Food Safety at the FDA has an opening for an undergraduate to help them compile information and assist with safety evaluations of food ingredients.  The candidate should be a currently enrolled undergraduate student who has successfully completed two years of a math or science major including one year each of college level math and biology.  Coursework in mammalian physiology, toxicology and statistics are helpful but not required.

The project comes with a stipend for 12 weeks.  The work site is College Park, Maryland.

For more information contact Dr. Dan D. Levy, Chair
Cancer Assessment Committee
Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition
Tel:      240 402 2581

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