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Applications of highly motivated candidates, excited to unravel new molecular mechanisms and develop new methodologies are most welcome. Candidates with strong expertise in molecular biology, microbiology, biochemistry, and structural biology will be especially considered.

Please send a cover letter, a CV, a short description of your past research achievements and expertise, a list of publications and the contact details of three references to: mhelias@umn.edu

 

Graduate Students
The Lab welcomes the applications of passionate, excited students interested in the projects that we are currently developing. Learn more about the BMBB graduate program.

We welcome anyone interested to work with us, independent of socioeconomic status, ethnicity, race, gender, exceptionalities, language, religion, sexual orientations, nationality and geographical area.

 

Academia is a very homogeneous field in many aspects, and this is detrimental to the diversity of point of views and opinions. Research shows that diverse teams working together and capitalizing on innovative ideas and distinct perspectives outperform homogenous teams. Scientists and trainees from diverse backgrounds and life experiences bring different perspectives, creativity, and individual enterprise to address complex scientific problems.

Postdoctoral Fellows

Applications of highly motivated candidates, excited to unravel new molecular mechanisms and develop new methodologies are most welcome. Candidates with strong expertise in molecular biology, microbiology, biochemistry, and structural biology will be especially considered.

Please send a cover letter, a CV, a short description of your past research achievements and expertise, a list of publications and the contact details of three references to: mhelias@umn.edu

 

Graduate Students
The Lab welcomes the applications of passionate, excited students interested in the projects that we are currently developing. Learn more about the BMBB graduate program.
Undergraduate Students

Motivated undergraduate students applications are most welcome. As an undergraduate student, you will work under the supervision of a Ph.D. or postdoctoral student, and you can greatly contribute to a research project, bringing dynamism, enthusiasm, energy and dedication. I have personally started lab work at the University as a freshman, and enjoyed it a lot. The main objective being the understanding of a research project, and the independence in the execution of your own experiments.

If interested, please send your CV and your working time availability to: mhelias@umn.edu