The Research: The Madan lab has an opening for a motivated undergraduate to participate in leading research on Protein Kinases and Phosphatases.
Qualifications: Interested students should have taken foundational chemistry lab course(s) and have experience in making lab reagents. Knowledge of protein purification will be useful. Selected students will also be trained in analyzing protein structure/functional assays.
Benefits: Students will develop skills in protein biochemistry and biophysics. Selected students can also join computational structural biology projects. Learned skills will prepare students for Grad-school and be the foundational toolkit for any proteins-based projects in the future.
Commitment: The initial position will be for the fall semester, September-December 2022, and will be extended depending on the student’s growth and availability. Working hours can be made flexible to accommodate the applicant’s studies, you will spend about 15 hours/week in the lab at MUSC.
Who Can Apply: Applicants should be of senior standing or recent graduate with coursework in biochemistry.
How to Apply: Please contact Dr. Lalima K. Madan at email@example.com with application materials, including; a letter of interest, transcripts, and names of two references.