Tuesday, September 1, 2009

A Unique Opportunity

Seeking Science Docu-Reality TV Series Production Assistants*
Unique Opportunity for Science Studies, Media/Cultural Studies, and Visual Arts students and graduate students at UC San Diego

UC San Diego Professor of Cellular and Molecular Medicine and Director of the stem cell research program, Dr. Larry Goldstein, and his team of basic scientists are developing a science docu-reality television series around stem cell research at the university. Capturing raw material in the stem cell laboratories, cameramen will follow select scientists every move and will showcase the many successes—as well as failures—that arise when working with the infinite potential of stem cells. Footage of future scientists answering questions will also be important.

Dr. Goldstein and his team are seeking production assistants and/or experienced camera operators to help shoot this reality television series that bridges the gap between basic science and popular culture. If you are interested in participating in this exciting venture (to be pitched to national/international networks and internet sources), please contact, Jennifer Harris, at 619-543-7401 or jeharris@ucsd.edu.

*Course credit may be negotiated.

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