Dr. Mike Smanski's lab is seeking highly motivated undergraduates to work in the exciting field of bioengineering and synthetic biology. We are looking for students who are passionate about basic and translational science, and who want to make an impact in human disease vector control and agricultural pest control. Experience in research is not necessary. Students will work and learn by closely collaborating with Post-docs and graduate students in the lab. Juniors and senior undergraduates have the potential to transition into part-time or full-time employment during the summer and after graduation.
The successful candidate will work on following tasks:
Starting Date: November 2019
Desired Qualifications: Some biology background preferred but not required.
Hours: 10-20 hrs a week (max up to 40 hrs in summers)
See www.smanskilab.tech for more information about the lab.