We are currently accepting graduate students interested in studying neural development and regeneration. We are particularly interested in students whom can mix into a lively and creative environment that fosters scientific discovery. Please contact Cody if you are interested in rotating.
PhD level scientists typically steer their own independent projects with support from their lively and interactive colleagues in the lab. Projects within the lab's current interests are suitable but so are completely-unrelated projects that utilize the techniques and skill sets that are applied in the current lab. Scientists with interests in pursuing careers in research-academia, teaching-academia or industry are all encouraged to apply. If you are interested please contact Cody immediately to discuss potential projects.
If you are interested in joining our group and experiencing how scientific discovery is accomplished please contact Cody via email. The group has several projects that allow students to gain experience that will be valuable for graduate school. Typically, undergraduates must be willing to commit significant hours to join the group. We look forward to meeting ambitious students who are as intrigued and fascinated with neural development and regeneration as we are.
Diversity and Inclusion
A core belief of the lab is to recruit diverse people with diverse ideas to truly tackle interesting scientific questions. The diversity that each person brings to the lab strengthens the discussions and is viewed as a resource and benefit. We are motivated to recruit scientists with the same vision and beliefs that diversity is a strength for scientific progress.