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PhD Graduate Students

ANNOUNCEMENT February 2023: We seek highly-motivated Ph.D candidates from the Physics Department and Toxicology program, who are interested in single-molecule imaging and multi-disciplinary approaches to study how proteins maintain the genome, that will be funded by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and Center for Human Health and the Environment at NCSU.

  • PAID Undergraduate Research Assistants [Positions currently filled]

    We seek highly-motivated undergraduate students who are interested in multi-disciplinary approaches for studying biological systems. Duties: Preparing DNA substrates and analyzing AFM images. Freshman or Sophomore. 10 to 15 hours per week.

  • Work-study Students

    We have long term interest in seeking outstanding work-study students to assist postdocs and graduate students in our lab. The primary responsibilities are: lab maintenance, DNA substrate preparation, protein purification, flow-cell preparation. We are looking for a person who can excel in an interdisciplinary environment and is willing to acquire new skills outside their main areas of training.