We study mitochondria and their role in cardiovascular disease (atherosclerosis and small blood vessel disease). We are particularly interested how diabetes and cancer therapies damage mitochondria and hoe this leads to cardiovascular disease. We mostly use cells and mice for our studies, we also do some work in patients.
Undergraduate student that is meticulous, reliable and well-organized. Science major is preferred
Flexible, 10 hours a week
Volunteer (Optional registration for URES:3992, 0-credit transcript recognition), Academic Credit (1-4 S.H.)
Ongoing, potential to be a continuous position
How to Apply
Interested students should send their resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 1st, 2023
View the Grumbach Laboratory website.