MUSC lab seeking student research assistants to assist with human gastrointestinal organoid research

Dr. Jorge Munera’s laboratory (@Muneralab on Twitter) in the Department of Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology is looking for student volunteers interested in human gastrointestinal organoid research.

The opportunity: The lab uses human GI organoids to study human GI development and disease.

  • The schedule can be flexible (work days or weekends), but students will be expected to work a minimum of 10 hours per week.

Benefits: Students will be trained on various lab techniques and will have the opportunity to develop an independent research project that can count towards Honors Immersed or could even develop into a Bachelor’s Essay.

Great fit for: Freshman and sophomore Biology or related majors preferred, but juniors and seniors with research experience will be considered.

How to apply: For all students interested, please email your CV to