Job Description

In our research laboratory we are looking for motivated talented individuals passionate about science. During an internship with us, interns will acquire knowledge about how scientific research is conducted by participate in all stages of the research project. From learning the relevant background literature, through framing the specific research question, planning and performing the experiments to analyzing the data and developing the conclusions. Interns will gain basic laboratory skills, and hopefully fall in love with academic research and decide to join us on their academic journey. Each intern will work on a small scientific project with one of our researchers. Our internship program encourages interns to participate in frontal presentations of their projects, their goals, and their outcomes. In our lab, we strive to create a welcoming environment that fosters scientific growth in young scientists from a variety of backgrounds.


Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a relevant field (e.g., biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, neuroscience)
Good communication and organizational skills
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
A strong interest and passion for research in the translational sciences

Company Description

Our laboratory is situated at the Rabin Medical Center and is affiliated with the Sackler Faculty of Medicine at Tel Aviv University. Our research is centered on translational studies in Gastroenterology, with a particular focus on Mucosal Immunology. We collaborate closely with the Division of Gastroenterology at the Rabin Medical Center to address clinically relevant questions. Our primary interest is investigating the immune responses in the intestinal mucosa, specifically the inflammatory pathways that occur in patients with Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. We seek to increase our understanding of the mechanisms behind the intestinal response to commensal flora, nutritional choices, and biological therapies. Our laboratory explores the genetic, molecular, microbial, serologic, immune, nutritional, and environmental factors that contribute to intestinal inflammation. To accomplish our objectives, we utilize our extensive biomaterial repository collected through a longitudinal and multidisciplinary approach. Our ultimate goal is to generate clinically relevant knowledge about inflammatory pathways and identify ways to modify or manipulate them for the prevention, treatment, and potential cure of IBD.
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