Several positions are available: We are actively looking for outstanding postdocs, graduate and undergraduate students with interest in metabolism and/or aging research to work on a variety of experimental and computational projects using mammalian cell culture and/or C. elegans.
Postdocs: A successful postdoc candidate should have a minimum of one first author publication from their PhD and should be competitive for prestigious postdoctoral fellowships such as Helen Hay Whitney, NIH F32, Jane Coffin Childs, Human Frontiers, EMBO or LSRF. Please email your CV and cover letter describing why you’re interested in our lab to Denis.
Graduate students: We accept rotation students from the Department of Molecular & Cell Biology, Department of Nutritional Sciences & Toxicology, Center for Computational Biology and Biophysics Graduate Group. Please email Denis to learn more about potential rotation and thesis projects.
Undergraduate students: We recruit undergraduate students through the Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP). A prospective undergraduate researcher should expect to commit a minimum of 15 hours per week to research during the semester and full-time during the summer for a minimum of 3 consecutive semesters/summers. Please visit the URAP website in August and January to learn more about existing opportunities for upcoming Fall and Spring semesters.