Interested in working on laboratory research? MUSC is looking for eager students to gain valuable experience participating in a lab environment and developing independent research projects!
The opportunity: Students will take part in laboratory research to better understand the fundamental biology of pancreatic cancer, with the goal of identifying novel therapeutic targets. This research utilizes transgenic mouse models and cell lines, analyzed with state-of-the-art cellular and molecular techniques.
- Learn important modern techniques in cellular and molecular biology
- Perform independent research
- Develop bachelor’s thesis projects
Great fit for: Freshmen or sophomores in biology or chemistry-related majors.
How to apply: Email your CV to Dr. Lu Han (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Click here or contact Dr. Han for additional information.