Job Offer: Museum Researcher II

The Institute is looking for someone to fill the position of Museum Researcher II. Please see the bulletin for the qualifications required, duties and responsibilities and the application process. Deadline of application is on 4 March 2019. (Click on the bulletin to zoom in.)

Science Research Assistant (SRA) I – closed

HIRING: Science Research Assistant (SRA) I: (monthly salary P20,908.40) CHED- PCARI funded project Establishment of a Philippines Cancer-Phenome Biobanking and Biomonitoring Program from May 1, 2018 to February 28, 2019 Qualifications: 1. Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Molecular Biology, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, or related-fields. Fresh graduates are encouraged to apply. 2. With working knowledge of Cell culture and continue reading

Science Research Specialist (SRS) I & II and Project Development Officer (March 1, 2018 to February 28,2019)

Personnel Needed ASAP for a DOST-PCHRD funded project Development of Repository Facility for Extracts/Compounds for Drug Discovery (duration from March 1, 2018 to February 28,2019) Under the program Philippine Biorepository Network -One Science Research Specialist (SRS) II: graduate student( in Biology/Chemistry or related fields) (monthly salary P36,052.80 ) -One Science Research Specialist (SRS) I: BS continue reading

University Research Assistant 1 (EXTENDED to Nov 10, 2017)

University Research Assistant 1 Position Deadline November 9, 2017   Minimum Qualifications: -Graduate student of Biology or any related course – PRC licensed or CSC eligible – Willing to be trained – Can work independently with minimal supervision – Highly motivated   Preferred Qualification: Experience in basic mammalian cell culture work (highly preferred) Experience in basic continue reading

WORK OPPORTUNITY:​ SCIENCE WRITER (Ongoing)

SCIENCE WRITER WORK OPPORTUNITY Do you hate biological jargon? Help us reduce it! The Institute of Biology is looking for students to write feature articles for the IB Newsletter. Preference will be given to UP graduate students in Biology, but BS graduates and undergraduate students in Biology and other science disciplines are highly encouraged to continue reading