An MUSC Neuro-oncology Lab is looking for students to volunteers or earn research credit hours. It is a translational lab and aims to get its scientists’ ideas/concepts to clinic as soon as possible. In the lab, work with medulloblastoma, meningioma, and glioblastoma is done on mice/rat models, humanized models for brain tumor analysis and brain treatment analysis. Lots of RT-PCR, Western Blot, Flow cytometry, ELIZA, cell culture, Tissue cutting, and Tissue analysis will be conducted. You would experience what working in a translational lab and life as a scientist would look like.
You can look through Dr. Das’ publications through Pubmed or other research journals. He has had many publications and years of experience. If interested in this opportunity, contact Wayne Glore at firstname.lastname@example.org.