Examination of the literature in Cell Signaling in Health and Disease, including oral presentations of journal articles, with the goal of identifying novel directions for research in diabetes, retinal and other neurological diseases, cancer and kidney disease for subsequent laboratory research.
Disciplines: Biochemistry; Cell Biology; Biomedical Sciences including Engineering; Pharmacological Sciences
Student Skill-Set Needed: Courses in cell and molecular biology; ability to read journal articles and give oral presentations.
Compensation: Academic Credit
For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:
Faculty Member: Mary Taub, PhD
Office: 519 BRB