We welcome dedicated trainees at all levels, from undergraduates to graduate students and beyond, to participate in laboratory research and development opportunities through our laboratory and its affiliated programs.
This summer, I learned how to piece together a scientific story, starting by learning about previous research, then exploring through my own experimentation and collaborating with others to make inferences and further develop ideas.
I have loved seeing the intersections of research and patient care through absorbing information in weekly lab meetings, conducting experiments, and seeing its impact on the lives of patients while shadowing in the clinic.
Through the NF Scholars Program, we provide a wide range of training and career development opportunities for undergraduate students.
We host students interested in a rigorous experience in laboratory research between undergraduate and professional school training as part of the Postbaccalaureate Program in Developmental Biology & Regenerative Medicine.
Medical and PhD Students
We provide Washington University medical students opportunities to participate in laboratory research, as well as a laboratory home for Ph.D. and MD-Ph.D. graduate training.
Formal training opportunities are available for motivated Ph.D. researchers and physician-scientists to develop careers in disease-oriented investigation.