Master & DES Internship Opportunities
Institut Pasteur du Cambodge (IPC) is a research and public utility under the patronage of the Cambodian Ministry of Health. It belongs to the International Network of Pasteur Institutes with whom it develops ongoing collaborations.
Capacity-building & training of local students from Cambodian universities is one of its three missions after 1. research on infectious diseases found in Cambodia; and 2. service & support to the public via international vaccination centre & biomedical laboratory which analyses blood samples. For this reason, IPC offers graduate & qualified students to acquire direct practical experience leading to the writing of a Master, a DES thesis or a PhD thesis under the supervision of IPC researchers through its internship programme.
Number of Interns
13 (one intern per subject)
Applicants should be in second year of a Master’s program from the University of Health Sciences (UHS), Royal University of Agriculture (RUA), Royal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP), Institut of Technology of Cambodia (ITC), or other universities or in third year of DES program from UHS.
How to apply
Applicants have to send a CV, motivation letter, 2 recommendation letters, including one from Director of Master’s or DES program, and academic results to respective IPC supervisor(s).
Applicants will be selected based on their application documents and interview. Uncompleted application documents will not be considered.
For more information
Website of IPC: www.pasteur-kh.org
LinkedIn: Institut Pasteur du Cambodge
|Subject/ Title||Expected Duration||Supervisor
|PREDICT 2: Surveillance for emerging zoonotic disease threats and behavioral risk characterization in high-risk communities in Cambodia||4-6 months||Dr DUONG Veasna||[email protected]||Oct-16|
|Study of host response after dengue virus infection||6 months||Dr Tineke CANTAERT||[email protected]||Oct-16|
|Develop data bases dedicated to Clinical Research||4-6 months||Dr Laurence BORAND||[email protected]||Oct-16|
|Distribution of Tuberculosis Resistance-Associated Mutations in Cambodia||6 months||Dr Alexandra
Dr Sokleaph CHENG
|[email protected] [email protected]||Oct-16|
|Dengue vector control: density and insecticide susceptibility of mosquitoes||6 months||Dr Sebastien BOYER||[email protected]||Oct-16|
|Surveillance and characterization of avian influenza virus in Cambodia||12 months||Dr HORM Srey Viseth||[email protected]||Nov-16|
|Mapping of Plasmodium falciparum histidine-rich protein 2/3 gene deletions in Cambodia||12 months||Dr KHIM Nimol||[email protected]||Nov-16|
|Iron in dry bean & peanuts in Phnom Penh markets||4 months||Pr KRUY Sunlay||[email protected]||Jan-17|
|ESBL Resistance profile of Enterobacteriacea isolated from food in Cambodia||4 months||Pr KRUY Sunlay||[email protected]||Jan-17|
|Impact of mosquito control in schools on dengue incidence and dengue virus diversity||6-12 months||Dr LY Sowath||[email protected]||Jan-17|
|Validation of the OMUNIS hepatitis C RNA kit for HCV RNA quantification in plasma||6 months||Dr François ROUET||[email protected]||Jan-17|
|Development and deployment of a mobile application designed to treat and give back biological results in real time||4-6 months||Dr Agathe De
|Estimation of the transmission intensity of Japanese Encephalitis in chicken in urban and peri-urban settings in Cambodia||4-6 months||Dr Véronique
|MicroRNA as a biomarker in tuberculosis associated immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome in HIV-tuberculosis co-infection||6 – 12 months||Dr PEAN Polidy
Dr Daniel Scott-Algara
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