Student working on a research project.

G-protein Coupled Receptors In Cancer Progression

Our lab seeks to understand the molecular causes of cancer in order to develop better therapies and improve patient outcome. We employ a variety of methods, from computational analysis to biochemistry, 3D cell culture and mouse models. We are looking for motivated and enthusiastic students to join a new and growing lab.

Research Project Information

Student Skill-Set Needed: Enthusiasm for science, ability to work as a team player
Compensation: Academic Credit, Volunteer, Work Study
Available: Fall, Spring, Summer


For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:

Faculty Member: Michael Feigin
Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Pharmacology And Toxicology