DNA Nanoscience research opportunities
LOOK AT THE FLYER HERE: https://imgur.com/a/vyjId
Making Nanoshapes, Nanomachines and Nanosensors out of DNA.
FRESHMEN? SOPHOMORES? CHEM MS STUDENTS? Are you a Chemistry, Biology, Pharma or Physics Major? A new chemistry Master's student?
Do you have a keen interest in doing practical lab-based science? If so there are.....
If interested, REGISTER FOR Mandatory Lab Recruitment Presentation 11am-12pm Wed 13 Dec. in 346 St. Al’s ...... with free pizza.
Interviews will happen 12:30 p.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday, December 13.
Please email Professor Lukeman by Monday, December 4 to register. I will respond with an interview schedule email on or near December 6.
Email him at [email protected]
To attend : You must email me with the subject “research opportunities”,
NOTE: Opportunity only available if you can commit to the below:
“I am available for 10h/week in spring 2018 for two of the following timeslots every week: Mon 230-730 p.m., Wed 2-7 p.m. or Thu 230-730 p.m.”
DON’T COME TO INTERVIEW IF YOU ARE UNAVAILABLE DURING 2 out of 3 of these times!
Other Absolutely Non-Negotiable Requirements:
i) You're fired up about DOING science in a lab.
ii) You have THREE summers or more left at St. John's (i.e. are sophomore or earlier) or are a beginning master’s student, and have no significant commitments during those summers. *
iii) You can commit to training (see above) on campus in spring semester
iv) After training can commit to a further minimum of 10h/week during the academic year for a minimum of two more semesters.
v) You are not already affiliated with another research lab either at St. John's or elsewhere – and that you will not take such affiliation if you accept a position in this lab.
* These positions may lead to 8-10 weeks of full-time paid research employment in my lab in summer. Semester work in lab may also be useable for academic credit if you have a ‘research’ course in your major.
Position Status: Open
Year: Freshman and Sophomore
Type of Position: Paid
Semesters Recruiting: Spring 2018
Interested in this Job?
If you are interested in this research opportunity, contact Professor Lukeman at [email protected]