The lab is expanding!
The lab is seeking undergraduate researchers, graduate students, and postdocs/research associates.
Additionally, we have an open position for a Research Technician to help us generate host and microbiome genomic data.
Research Technician [new Fall 2020!]
The lab has an open position for a research tech who will split their time between our and Terry Bell’s lab in Plant Pathology and Environmental Microbiology. Perfect for someone who loves microbiomes of all the things! For more information and to apply, follow the link below:
The lab is seeking undergraduates interested in gaining research experience examining questions related to host-microbe interactions. Projects in the lab involve bench lab work (wet), computational research (dry), or a combination of both. Prospective researchers should be willing to make a time commitment of at least 8 hours per week to their research during the semesters. If interested, please send an email to set up a time to talk.
The lab is seeking PhD students interested in both host-microbe interactions in evolution and disease and methods development. The lab accepts graduate students through multiple programs, including the Biology Graduate Degree Program. Prospective students should email me the summer or fall before applying so that we can identify the program they should apply to.
Postdocs | Research Associates
The lab is seeking postdoctoral scholars and/or research associates interested broadly in questions involving host-microbe interactions, development of experimental or computational tools for microbiome research, and [insert your related interest here]. Funding is available for 2 years, with possibility of extension. If interested, please email me with your interests, timeline, CV, and a recent paper (pre-prints encouraged) and we can chat about potential projects.