Our lab begins December 1, 2019.
Our research program is well-funded and we have openings for several trainees at all levels. We celebrate the diversity of all our junior investigators. We value mentorship and team science.
We welcome Ph.D., M.D./Ph.D. and Master's students from the Rutgers School of Graduate Studies. A number of projects are available spanning microbiology to immunology and experimental to computational biology. We will work together in identifying projects of mutual interest and a training plan towards equipping you for your research. The most important quality we seek in our graduate students is the eagerness to learn and work as part of a team.
We are admitting rotation students starting December 2019. Interested students are encouraged to email Dr. Yang (email@example.com) with a CV and a paragraph describing your background and research interests. Prospective Ph.D. students are encouraged to apply to the Multidisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Biomedical Sciences.
We have openings for 1-2 postdoctoral fellows with 0-2 years of previous postdoctoral training. We are specifically seeking candidates with an interest in systems biology and infectious disease, with prior research experience in microbiology, immunology or computational biology.
Prospective candidates are encouraged to email Dr. Yang a CV, PDFs for 3 representative and relevant publications (submitted preprints are encouraged), contact information for 3 references, and a 1-page cover letter describing your career goals and research interests.
Additional job advertisements will be posted here when ready. We are able to sponsor visas.
We have openings for 1-2 lab technicians with 0-2 years of prior experience. Prospective candidates should possess a Bachelor's or Master's degree in a science-related field and be interested in pursuing advanced degrees in graduate or medical school. Lab technicians must be capable of making a 2-3 year commitment.
Job advertisements will be posted here when ready.
Please email Dr. Yang with a paragraph describing your background and research interests.