Projects within the Thornell Laboratory in Internal Medicine are captured by the question “How do the different kinds of cells work together in an epithelium to orchestrate ion transport?”
Duties for the position of undergraduate research assistant include making solutions, help in preparing experiments, and mouse genotyping. Depending on the applicant, the opportunity to carryout an independent research project is available.
Highly self-motivated students with at least classroom laboratory experience. Additionally, the student should be interested in pursuing a job/or additional training in science, engineering, or medicine after graduation.
8-16 hours per week
Ongoing, potential to be a continuous position
How to apply
Interested student's should email Dr. Thornell: email@example.com