We aspire to build new tools for experimentation in the living organism, discover the molecular regulation of organ injury and repair, and uncover novel approaches to treat human disease.
We are seeking people of diverse backgrounds, expertise, and career stages to join us in this interdisciplinary mission!
We are seeking a technician to contribute to our efforts to bring high-throughput functional genomics into various mouse tissues! This is an excellent opportunity to pursue independent research with direct mentorship from a senior lab member. If you are interested, please apply here.
To inquire about possible undergraduate research opportunities in the lab, please e-mail Kristin a CV, description of any prior research experience, and research interests.
In certain cases, we can welcome students enrolled in master’s programs at other institutions to perform a research internship in our lab. If you are interested in such an opportunity, please e-mail Kristin a CV, summary of prior research and interests, and contact information for three references.
Prospective graduate students must first be admitted to one of MIT’s graduate programs, such as Biology, Computational and Systems Biology, or Biological Engineering, or the Harvard-MIT MD-PhD Program. If you are enrolled in one of these programs and interested in rotating in the lab, please e-mail Kristin.
Post-doctoral and clinical fellows
If you are interested in a post-doctoral or clinical fellow position in the lab, please e-mail Kristin a CV, summary of research experience and interests, and contact information for three references.