Join the lab
We're actively seeking a postdoc. Please email David and include your CV and a brief statement about your research interests (1/2 to 1 page).
While we are at capacity for UO undergraduate researchers for 2019–2020, undergraduates from other institutions should consider applying to the SPUR program if they are interested in a summer research experience.
UO and IMB
The University of Oregon is the public flagship of the state, with >23,000 students and major research programs across nine schools and colleges.
The Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB) is one of the oldest interdisciplinary biology institutes in the world, integrating chemical and biophysical approaches to understanding the molecular basis of life. The breadth of questions and approaches within the IMB provide an enriching training experience for all.
In this mid-size city of ~170,000 in the Willamette Valley of central Oregon, you'll enjoy easy access to amazing outdoors, a vibrant food and drinks scene, a vibrant arts scene, wonderfully friendly people, and a temperate, drizzly climate that supplies calming green surroundings, year-round. (Yes, it rains here, probably more than where you live right now. But spring to fall is generally dry and sunny and splendid.)
Unlike Boston, New York, and all major metro areas along the West Coast, the cost of living is sensible here.
The drop-dead gorgeous Oregon coast (above) is about an hour west. The Cascades, with their fantastic skiing and mountaineering, about the same east. Popular mountains-meets-desert Bend a bit father east. If you get the itch for the larger urban jungle on your weekends, hip Portland is just two hours north. Come live the good life.