|Paul Yager Research Group
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
|Category of Lab Member||Status||
We occasionally accept volunteers for work in the lab with a variety of backgrounds, as long as we have someone working currently who has needs of an assistant and can mentor said volunteer, and the volunteers technical background matches specific interests. Only apply if your have more than 15 hours per week free for at least one full academic quarter to spend in the laboratory. Preference is given to those who have the potential to remain in the lab for an extended period.
We frequently accept undergraduate volunteers for work in the lab as a way to gain laboratory experience, as long as we have someone working in the lab who currently has need of an assistant and can mentor said volunteer. I will write letters of support for students who have demonstrated at least 2 academic quarters of strong research experience in my lab who are seeking admission to our undergraduate or graduate programs, and with whom I have met frequently.
|UW Bioengineering Undergraduates||open||
Students who have already been admitted to the UW Bioengineering department are always encouraged to volunteer to work in my lab as early as possible, if their GPA's can support the time in the lab. in preparation for their Senior Capstone projects.
We are currently accepting M.S. and Ph.D. students in the UW Department of Bioengineering to work in the laboratory. Of course, Ph.D. students who bring their own financial support are preferred....
See the UW Department of Bioengineering web page for instructions for the once-per-year admissions process.
Because I have Adjunct appointments in UW Chemistry, Oral Biology and Global Health, I can be primary Ph.D. advisor in at least those departments. For other departments, please consult their admission personnel
|Postdoctoral Fellow/Visiting Scientists||closed||
There are no open paid positions at this time. This can change rapidly, so please check back in a month if you are still looking. If you bring your own salary support, please apply as noted below
There are no open paid positions at this time for laboratory technicians or research scientists. This can change rapidly, so please check back in a month if you are still looking.
For areas of expertise that are most desired, look at the Current Research Projects page
In all cases, please direct your expressions of interest to my assistant Chelsea Musick (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a CV, an academic transcript, and a description of your interest.
Note: we do not respond to letters or e-mails that are not specifically addressed to us, with a description of why you are particularly well suited to work on our current projects.
Note: There are many other excellent laboratories with which we collaborate. You may want to consider contacting them directly.
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