One funded POSTDOC position is currently available in the lab to develop CRISPR/Cas9-mediated knock-in approaches to tag clock neurons in vivo and define the clock circuitry that controls seasonal behavior in monarch butterflies. Please, see below for applying.
Sorry, there are currently no available Research Assistant positions in the lab.
Students enrolled in the graduate program of Biology, Genetics and Neuroscience and looking for a lab to do impactful research and being trained should contact us at email@example.com.
Prospective students looking for a position in the Merlin lab and not enrolled in any of the graduate programs mentioned above, should visit the websites of the Biology Graduate Program (here), the Genetics Graduate Program (here), or the Neuroscience Graduate Program (here) as they will need to apply to one of them.
If you have a strong interest in joining us and the drive to become an independent investigator in the future, please send a cover letter including your career goals, how your training in the lab would allow you to achieve them, what you would bring to the lab, a CV, and the name, email and phone numbers of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.