Lauren will give a talk at Cornell on March 28th as part of the Molecular Biophysics seminar series.
Lauren will give a talk on the lab's work at the annual Pew meeting in Santa Barbara, CA, during the week of March 5th.
We're happy to welcome two new undergraduate researchers to the lab. Christian Jung and Katelyn Reneslacis are both freshmen interested in research at the interface of chemistry and biology.
Alyssa Rodriguez and Noah Bradley have joined the lab for IGP rotation 3. We're glad to have both of you in the lab!
The Jackson lab is delighted to welcome two IGP students, Natalie Wallace and Mac Castro, into the lab for rotation 2. Glad to have you guys!
The Jackson lab is actively recruiting graduate student(s) for 2016-17. We have excellent funding from NIH and the Pew Charitable Trusts to pursue cutting-edge science in cell biology and human brain disease. We have plenty of exciting projects that encompass structural biology, biochemistry, and/or cell biology. Get in touch with Lauren about a rotation, especially if you're keen to find your own niche and drive your own project in a bustling lab dedicated to great science, mentorship, and development of graduate students.
Are you a talented and motivated undergraduate looking for an intensive research experience? If yes, get in touch with Dr. Jackson about the Beckman Scholars Program, a unique program offered at Vanderbilt for students interested in pursuing research as part of their careers. Dr. Jackson is a mentor and the Associate Director of the program. Further details on the program can be found here. The deadline will be in January 2017, and previous lab experience as a volunteer or for credit is an advantage.
We have an opening for a talented, motivated, and enthusiastic postdoc. See ad below!
The Jackson lab is excited to announce that Lauren has been selected as a member of the 2016 class of Pew Scholars. We are grateful to the Pew Charitable Trusts for funding to pursue our work to learn about fundamental cell biology and to understand mechanisms of human brain disease.