Our lab is at the intersection of multiple disciplines, and we encourage the participation of individuals from a variety of educational backgrounds, including biology, chemistry, and engineering.
Qualified candidates should contact Pam Kreeger about potential employment opportunities. Candidates should be interested in the study of estrogen signaling in cancer. Requirements include a Ph.D. in molecular or cell biology (or related field), excellent communication skills, and the ability to work effectively with team members in multiple disciplines.
Graduate students who have been admitted to the BME graduate program may contact Pam Kreeger about opportunities to rotate with or join the lab. Applications are being accepted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison for fall 2009 (admissions info).
Qualified candidates should contact Pam Kreeger about potential employment opportunities. Requirements include a B.S. in molecular or cell biology (or related field), excellent communication skills, and the ability to work well in a team. Relevant skills include cell culture, Western blotting, flow cytometry, RT-PCR, as well as excellent organization and computer skills.
Undergraduate Research Assistants
Undergraduates interested in conducting research with the lab need to submit the following materials electronically to Dr. Kreeger for consideration.
1) A resume, including work history and references
2) A copy of their academic transcripts (unofficial okay)
3) A brief statement about why they're interested in working in the lab
Only the best students who are highly motivated and responsible will be considered. Undergraduate researchers are expected to commit to a minimum of 10-15 hours/week. We would love to provide undergraduate research opportunities for the many outstanding students that express interest, but unfortunately have limited positions available at any time.