Positions We are interested in recruiting undergraduates, graduate students, and postdocs who share our scientific curiosity and interests.
Undergraduates: please e-mail the PI with your resume and a paragraph describing your academic trajectory and your specific interest in our lab. Hourly (work-study), research credit, and other arrangements will be considered. Undergraduates should be willing to devote a minimum of 10 hours a week during the semester. Students will also be encouraged to apply for summer research scholarships.
Graduate Students: prospective graduate students should seek admissions to one of the graduate programs for which the PI serves as a trainer. Students may be eligible for financial support through various mechanisms, including through NIH training programs. Current graduate training affiliations include:
Postdocs: please contact the PI directly with your CV and a brief description of project(s) you would like to pursue in our lab. Prospective postdocs are strongly encouraged to seek out potential sources of fellowship funding.
About Madison: UW-Madison is a world class academic institution with an international reputation for basic, applied, and interdisciplinary research. UW-Madison regularly ranks in the top 5 among U.S. universities in overall research funding, surpassing $1.2 billion in annual research expenditures. The city of Madison provides a vibrant, culturally rich environment highly ranked in national surveys for quality of life. Madison is one of only five Platinum-level bicycle friendly communities, boasts an amazing local food scene and the largest producer-only farmers' market in America, and is located on an isthmus and spread across four beautiful lakes. There is no shortage of indoor and outdoor activities to enjoy throughout the year (including the winter!).