Come Join us! We are looking for enthusiastic lab members who are excited about genetics, cell biology, and development to contribute to our fun and engaging lab environment. We have fully-funded positions available at all levels, though we encourage lab members to pursue independent fellowships to further their career growth and development.
We are actively recruiting highly motivated post-docs to join our group! To apply, please send a cover letter (2-3 paragraphs describing your research experience, why you would like to join our group, and your desired start date), a CV, and contact information for 3 references to Leah.Rosin@nih.gov.
Although the NIH does not have its own graduate program, there are several ways for PhD candidates already accepted into Ph.D. local programs can perform their thesis research in our lab:
- Through established NIH-institutional partnerships, such as with Johns Hopkins University, Georgetown University, University of Oxford, and University of Cambridge.
- Individual partnerships with other universities can be established on a case-by-case basis.
If you are interested in rotating in our lab and potentially performing your thesis research with us, please get in touch: Leah.Rosin@nih.gov
We are eager to work with enthusiastic, hard-working post-bacs who have been accepted into the NIH Postbaccalaureate Intramural Training Program and are interested in learning about genome organization, genome dynamics in the germline, microscopy-based assays, or genomics approaches. Please email Leah.Rosin@nih.gov with a brief cover letter describing your future goals and why you are interested in our lab along with your CV.