The lab is currently accepting rotation students through the IBGP program. Specifically, we have an opening to work on the PI3K in cancer project, and a second slot to work on the role of 5-phosphatases, membrane identity and genetic diease in the new year. Reach out to Gerry directly if you are interested (email@example.com)!
The Hammond lab is a great place to train. We think the science we do is fun as well as incredibly important; moreover, we are surrounded by many like-minded colleagues in the Department of Cell Biology. The breadth of the science we do means that students can gain expertise in many widely applicable biomedical and tech skills, such as cutting edge optical imaging, protein engineering, genome editing, classical biochemistry and computational image analysis.
The main program that we participate in is the Cell Biology and Molecular Physiology program, a branch of the School of Medicine’s umbrella Interdisciplinary Biomedical Graduate Program. We also recruit from the Integrative Systems Biology and Medical Scientist Training programs. If you’d like to learn more about the lab, or aren’t sure which of these programs might be for you, Gerry can help you out – drop him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org!
We love to introduce budding scientists to cutting edge research. Undergraduates in the lab quickly get experience in the most state of the art molecular genetics and optical imaging technology used in modern research. If you are interested in getting some hands on experience in cell research, and learning how this underpins our understanding and ultimately treatment of disease, get in touch with Gerry at email@example.com.
You can also participate in the lab through the First Experiences in Research, Continuing Experiences in Research and Summer Undergraduate Research Programs. We have positions available in the lab every year through each of these programs.
We do not currently have an open, funded position available. However, we are always on the lookout for talented, enthusiastic researchers eager to pursue the most important questions in lipid signaling using the most cutting-edge technologies. If this sounds like you, Gerry would love to hear from you – drop him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your CV and a brief outline of what you’re interested in doing in the lab.