Join the Lab!
We are looking for motivated junior and experienced scientists with an interest in fundamental questions in exosome biogenesis, the development of exosome-based vaccines and therapeutics, the invention of synthetic cell signaling pathways, and the cell biology of Spike. Candidates with a background in biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, or bioengineering are encouraged to apply.
We welcome rotation students from the BCMB graduate program and the Biological Chemistry graduate program, of which Steve is Director. To discuss potential rotation projects, or for inquiries about the Graduate Program in Biological Chemistry Ph.D. program, send an email to Steve.
Send an email with a statement of interest and CV to Steve. We are particularly interested in post-doctoral candidates with expertise in cell biology, biochemistry, synthetic biology/bioengineering, and pre-clinical studies of vaccines or drugs. Candidates must have a strong record of independent research.
We also welcome undergraduates who are hungry for a substantial research experience (15+ hours per week during school year or full time in summer). Please email Steve with a CV and statement of interest. Ideally, we expect a long-term commitment to a research project, typically two academic years.