Graduate students

If you're enrolled in a UW graduate program and you're interested in studying mitosis using state-of-the-art biophysical tools, please contact Chip ( to inquire about a lab rotation.


Outstanding postdoctoral candidates with a deep interest in the mechanisms underlying mitosis and a commitment to uncovering these mechanisms by experimentation will be considered. Interested candidates should email their CV plus three letters of recommendation to Chip (

Postdoc funding opportunity

The University of Washington has launched the new Raymond and Beverly Sackler Scholars Program in Integrative Biophysics. This program funds new postdocs who are expected to conduct biophysics research that represents a collaboration between two UW-affiliated labs working in different fields. Application details can be found on the program website.


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