Why join us?
Mentoring and training the leading cell biologists of future generations is a top priority. Our goal is to help every lab member achieve their maximum potential in an enjoyable lab environment. All lab members are expected to be supportive, helpful, and respectful of all other lab members. Once our team is established, all lab members will have the opportunity to participate in individual and collaborative group research projects, as well as, to give and receive mentorship to others in the lab.
Prospective postdocs should send a cover letter, CV and the emails and phone numbers of three references to Jason.Lee2@bcm.edu. Within the cover letter, please describe your past projects, interesting questions you would like to pursue, career goals, what you hope to get out of and bring to the lab. To be considered, you will need at least one first-author publication in a reputable international journal, and a solid chance of getting a fellowship to support your stay at BCM. Experience with in vitro reconstitution of lipids and proteins, transcript- and/or prote-omic approaches is a big plus.
If you are a motivated and enthusiastic BCM graduate student looking for a lab, then email us at Jason.Lee2@bcm.edu and we can set up a time to chat and discuss your rotation.
Research Technicians and Research Assistants
Prospective technicians and research assistants, please email us at Jason.Lee2@bcm.edu with the duration and intensity of your previous lab experience, your laboratory skill set, including administrative or other organizational skills, your career goals and employment timeline.
Current undergraduates who are interested in volunteering should email us at Jason.Lee2@bcm.edu with their CV and cover letter detailing your aspirations after graduation and what you expect to gain from your research experience.