As part of the Collaboratory between the University of Melbourne and IBM there is the opportunity for three PhD students (or masters students intending to convert) to work for IBM over the summer on computational biology.
Successful candidates will work with researchers on state-of-the-art interdisciplinary projects in areas such as structural biology, precision medicine, neuroscience and imaging, with an emphasis on high performance computing. Assignments could include implementing existing models or algorithms, porting existing codes, running scientific simulation software, developing mathematical and computational models and performing scientific research.
See the article on the VLSCI website for further details and how to apply (I know nothing more than this!). 🙂