The Kabeche lab is looking for talented and highly motivated scientists to join our lab! We have a wide variety of projects ranging from basic biochemistry and cell biology to translational and varying focus.
Applicants should have a background in biology, cell biology, biochemistry or related fields and most of all have a passion for studying mitosis and DNA damage. Computational and programming skills will are valued.
We strongly believe in creating an enriching environment for all members of the lab and will strive to mentor, nurture and promote your scientific growth independent of the position you are seeking. Graduate and postdoctoral students will create individualized training plans that will be discussed bi-yearly.
We have immediate openings for postdoctoral researchers. If you are interested please apply email your application to Lilian Kabeche directly at (Lilian.email@example.com). Your application should include: (1) CV; (2) a brief statement of research interests; (3) contact information for 2-3 references.
Prospective students should apply to Yales Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program. https://medicine.yale.edu/bbs/
We have immediate openings for post-baccalaureate or master students seeking a short one- year research experience in the lab. If you are interested please apply email your application to Lilian Kabeche directly at (Lilian.firstname.lastname@example.org). Your application should include: (1) CV; (2) a brief statement of research interests; (3) contact information for 2-3 references.
We strongly believe that every undergraduate should have the opportunity to do research! Doing research at the undergraduate level is an amazing way to put in practice techniques and knowledge you have gained in your classes and push your love of science further. If you are interested in working in the lab please start by reading about our research on the website. We generally can accommodate 2-3 undergraduate researchers at a given time. Please email Lilian Kabeche directly at (Lilian.email@example.com) if you are interested.
We expect that undergraduate researchers:
– Are majoring or anticipate on majoring in a biological science
– Have the ability to commit approximately 10hrs a week to lab work. This is usually split across multiple weekdays
– Have an enthusiasm for science and willingness to learn from and engage with the lab group. This includes attending lab meetings and journal clubs.