The lab is always seeking energetic, innovative scientists with a strong interest in host-microbe interactions, immunology, microbial ecology, and bioinformatics.
We are seeking highly motivated, independent and collaborative scientists to study immune mechanisms supporting microbiome-based therapeutics. Please email email@example.com to discuss translational and basic science research projects currently available
We are accepting rotation students from all CAMB and IGG UPenn graduate programs. If you are interested in rotating in the lab, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss potential rotation projects.
The lab is open to enthusiastic undergraduate students seeking to gain research experience in a microbiology lab. Summer internship and work-study opportunities are available. Please review the Center for Undergraduate Research & Fellowship (CURF) website for more details.
We are seeking research specialists to spearhead our efforts to use next-generation sequencing data to identify causal relationships between the host immune system and surrounding microbial communities. Expertise in R programming and Python coding is a prerequisite. Please email email@example.com to get in touch.