Dr. Bin Chen’s lab at Michigan State University is actively looking for part-time curators for a recent NIH-funded project. The long-term goal of the Chen lab is to leverage Big Data and AI to discover new therapeutics. The candidates are expected to manually curate drug-biomarkers from clinical trials (https://clinicaltrials.gov/)and literature. The high-quality biomarkers will become a valuable resource for precision medicine research. The candidates will have the opportunity to work with a world-class team consisting of postdoctoral scholars, students and full-time researchers. The candidates are expected to have a background in biology, chemistry or medicine. Knowing basic programming is not required, but helpful. The candidates should have a great personality and be willing to take challenges. Candidates are expected to work 19 hours per week with an hourly rate ranging from $15 to $25. The position is available immediately and funded for three months. The contract may be extended or transferred to a full-time depending on program needs and project budget.