Graduate students can enter the lab through the following training programs:
- MOLECULAR & ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
- COMPARATIVE BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES GRADUATE PROGRAM
- ENDOCRINOLOGY AND REPRODUCTIVE PHYSIOLOGY PROGRAM
It is also be possible for graduate students to enter the lab through other training programs. If you are interested in learning more about graduate research opportunities in the lab, please contact Dr. Fei Zhao.
We always welcome undergraduate students. At the beginning, you will be trained to perform basic techniques. When you have become proficient, you will work on your own projects.
A postdoctoral position is available to study how tissues acquire/develop proper responsiveness to sex hormones at the chromatin levels. Highly motivated and hard-working candidates are welcome to apply for this position.
A research intern is an employee who typically is continuing training after receipt of a bachelor’s or master’s degree. The candidates usually receive 2 to 3-year training, which would boost their career prospects.
If you are interested in our research, please contact Dr. Fei Zhao for more information on specific projects.