Interested in joining the lab?
I value my role as a mentor. People who have worked in my lab or taken classes with me know that I am tough (I have high expectations for each of you!), but very supportive. As a trainee in my lab, you will learn to design, perform, and analyze well-controlled experiments, and you will work towards proficiency in both oral and written forms of scientific communication. I encourage trainees to submit abstracts to present their research at both national and international meetings.
Applicants should contact me directly via email. Please describe your short-term and long-term career goals. Tell me why you are interested in our work, and what specific questions you would like to address in my lab. What skill sets would you bring to us, and what would you hope to learn?
First year IBS students who would like to do a rotation in the lab should contact me directly in person or by email. The lab is open to rotation students during the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters.
There are often opportunities for volunteering or doing research for credit in the lab. Please email me and tell me why you are interested in doing research and how much time you have to devote to research activities. You can learn about completing a Minor in Microbiology here.
High School students
Students wishing to complete a university research experience for credit should contact me directly by email. The Department of Microbiology, Immunology & Molecular Genetics sponsors a summer fellowship program for high school students and you can find out more about that here.
Research Analyst. We are currently looking for someone to work on funded project. This person would ideally have familiarity working with mice (surgery training is a plus) and extensive experience with confocal microscopy.
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