Requirements for an internship at IMcoMET:
- You must be at minimum a final-year BSc. student;
- Able to partake in an internship with a duration of at least six months;
- Be fluent in English.
You can invent alone, but must innovate together. It takes a united team to make it happen. Together we work, laugh, and share ideas.
Amir is a 4th year bachelor student “Biologie en Medisch Laboratoriumonderzoek” at the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. For his graduation internship he is currently testing IMcoMET’s in vitro research tool “The Porcupine” on 3D cell cultures of melanoma and immune cells. Amir is a quick and flexible learner and becoming proficient at cell culture and bio-assays. He is also of great support in running the day to day lab operations and always willing to give a helping hand.
Carli is master student "Life Science & Technology: Research & Development and Business Studies" at Leiden University. For her graduation internship she is currently conducting Market Research for IMcoMET's animal micro sampling device. A micro sampling device that aims at sampling dermal interstitial fluid from laboratory animals, such as mice and rats. Carli also supports other day to day tasks within the company, such as updating the website.
We have the knowledge, expertise, and dedication to get the job done. We have a fully equipped ML-2 lab, specialized equipment, and industrial quality 3D printers. We create our own prototypes, complex cell assays, and analytical methods. We value a healthy work/life balance. We celebrate all our wins no matter how small, and find ways to incorporate our interests into our work.