We pride ourselves on training graduate students and postdoctoral fellows from various backgrounds. Lab members acquire skills and fundamental knowledge in multiple disciplines during their time here. The goal of the lab is to produce broadly trained scientists. As a result, lab members have gone on to launch successful careers.
The lab culture is supportive by design for developmental biologists, cell biologists, geneticists, physicists, statisticians, computational scientists, and bioengineers. The most successful people have been independent, have broad interests, and yet acquire a detailed knowledge of the problems they tackle.
We are part of the HSCRB (Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard Medical School), Molecular and Cellular Biology (Faculty of Arts and Sciences), and Applied Physics (John A. Paulson School of Engineering), and through these have access to a large number of spectacular colleagues with whom often we collaborate closely.
Please email Sharad your CV, a short description of your research interests, and contact information for three references.
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