New Undergraduate Research Opportunities:
- Undergraduate Research Opportunities Available in Molecular Microbiology. The laboratory of Dr. Lois Hoyer in the Department of Pathobiology is offering undergraduate projects in the areas of fungal cell wall structure and synthesis. Studies focusing on host-microbe and polymicrobial interactions are also available. Positions are unpaid. Students are eligible for elective course credit.
- Sophomore or junior standing in fall semester 2015
- Minimum of 15 hours per week
- Interest in affiliating with the laboratory for at least two years, leading to completion of a senior thesis
- Strong commitment to research
- Quick learner with the ability to gain independence
- Attention to detail
- Outstanding organizational and communication skills
Please submit a resume and letter of interest to email@example.com.
- Undergraduate Research Opportunity Available in Molecular and Integrative Physiology. Dr. Edward Roy is looking for an independent study student to work in his lab on animal models of cancer immunotherapy. Dr. Roy's lab uses mice to study how to enhance an immune response against brain tumors. For more particulars, please contact Dr. Roy at firstname.lastname@example.org.