Our lab develops and utilizes innovative single cell and genomics tools to understand the fundamental process of gene regulation. We are seeking capable and self-motivated Ph.D. candidates and postdocs who are interested in doing research in this area using inter-disciplinary methods. Candidates with backgrounds in biology / physics / math / engineering are welcome to apply. Previous experience in genomics, fluorescence microscopy, or bioinformatics is desired but not strictly required. Interested applicants should submit a cover-letter, a CV, and contact information of three to four references to Lu Bai (lub15 at psu.edu).
Undergraduate students from BMB / Physics / Chemistry / Bioengineering are encouraged to apply for lab positions through the course BMB 496 (Independent Studies). For more information, please check here.