The San José State University Stem Cell Internships in Laboratory-based Learning (SJSU SCILL) is a CIRM Bridges program with a mission to train graduate students to develop and accelerate stem cell translational research and therapies.
Develop a Career in Stem Cell Research
The San José State University Stem Cell Internships in Laboratory-based Learning (SJSU SCILL) is funded by the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM). We are a consortium of scientists, faculty and administrative leaders from eight institutions who have made a commitment to train students at the graduate level for careers in stem cell biology.
Over the last decade SJSU SCILL program has graduated more than 150 Masters’ students with advanced training in stem cell biology. The majority are progressing stem cell research and translational therapies. SCILL is committed to educate outstanding professionals from Diverse backgrounds with emphasis on Equity and Inclusion.
- Hands on lab training
- Expert guest speakers
- Stem cell journal club
- Community outreach training
- Patient interaction
- Industry perspective
- 1 year paid internship
- We provide current education and hands-on training in stem cell biology
- Internships in cutting edge biotech companies and academic labs
- Centered in the heart of Silicon Valley
Applications for SCILL are due by March 1st or until spots are filled. Note – prior application to Masters’ at SJSU/ Biology or Masters’ to SJSU/biotechnology program (MBT) is required. Apply today!
Accepting Fall 2023 Applications Now
CIRM Annual Conference
Begin Accepting Applications for New Cohort, Fall 2023
SCILL Orientation for Fall 2022 Cohort
First Day of Classes for Fall 2022 Semester
Guest Speaker Event