Research opportunity studying pediatric respiratory diseases at MUSC

Perform state-of-the-art gene therapy research with MUSC’s Darby Children’s Research Institute with the goal to identify novel therapeutic strategies for pediatric respiratory diseases that also currently have no treatments.

The opportunity: Students will gain experience and be trained on a variety of research techniques, while contributing to the development of novel gene therapy strategies to treat gene irregularities in an infant’s developing lung.

  • Students should expect to spend 5 to 10 hours per week in the lab.

Benefits: Hands-on learning of molecular biology and other techniques, with the opportunity of getting your name on a publication.

Great fit for: Biology majors and individuals interested in gaining research experience, students planning to pursue graduate studies, or those interested in a future career in biomedical research and the biotech industry. Looking for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors.

How to apply: Please apply with a letter explaining why you are interested in research and include your resume to: