The Haynes Lab at ASU is seeking Masters Thesis Fellows in the area of synthetic and systems biology for mammalian epigenetic engineering. Masters level training in the Haynes Lab will help you to develop expertise in skills that are highly attractive to the biomedical engineering and biotechnology industry: molecular cloning and DNA design; cancer molecular biology; mammalian cell culture, engineering, and analysis; protein engineering; CRISPR/Cas9 applications; and/or bioinformatics.
- Students with a bachelor’s degree in biology, biochemistry, or math applied to biological systems are preferred.
- Students who have completed the course Molecular Synthetic Biology (Spring 2018 and every evenly numbered year), taught by Dr. Karmella Haynes, are preferred.
- Applying and being accepted into the Biomedical Engineering (BME) masters program is required. Visit this page for instructions on how to apply to theBiomedical Engineering (BME) masters program.
Start date: August 2017. Please send an e-mail of interest and c.v. to firstname.lastname@example.org.