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Jacob Harris '18

I am interested in health and fitness, animals, international travel, and medicine. In this internship, I am looking forward to exploring a new country, meeting new people, and improving as a scientist.

I hope to have as many unique Thai adventures as possible, and with this internship, I hope to improve as a researcher while challenging myself professionally and socially, working and living in a non-English speaking country.

About This Internship: 

As a premier research institute in Thailand and Asia, National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (BIOTEC) operates research units located at Thailand Science Park and specialized laboratories hosted by various universities, employing 570 staff, of which 170 are PhD researchers and 200 research assistants and lab technicians (as of September 2013). BIOTEC research covers a wide spectrum from agricultural science to biomedical science and environmental science. Apart from research laboratories, BIOTEC activities also include policy research, an outreach program, training and international relations. Learn more about the organization here: http://www.biotec.or.th/en/

Jacob Harris

Jacob Harris '18

Research Intern, BIOTEC

Major: Biochemistry

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