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Lab Work on Research Projects of RNA Biology

Faculty Mentor: Yuru Wang
Title: Assistant Professor
College: Pharmacy
School / Department: Medicinal Chemistry

Project description

Projects on RNA biology are available in the Wang Lab. The projects are specifically designed for undergraduate students, aiming for training undergraduate students with necessary expertise, knowledge, and experience in research for preparation of graduate school or pharm/medical school. I am also willing to mentor students on applications for fellowships, graduate schools or pharm/medical schools.

Student Role:
  1. Reading literature about the field of RNA modifications.
  2. Conducting research on in vitro and in vivo assays.
  3. Presenting work in group meeting.
  4. Communicating with the PI with progress and questions during one-on-one meeting.
Student Benefits: Trainees at the Wang lab will thrive in an interdisciplinary environment that encompasses fields such as biochemistry, RNA biology, mass spectrometry, protein engineering and genetics. Summer support with fellowship
Project Duration: 10-20 hrs/week  
Opportunity Type: Research Assistant
Opportunity Location Type: In Person
Is this a paid opportunity: ToBeDetermined
Paid Description:

Volunteer, Prepare a UROP proposal, Write an Honors Thesis or Senior Thesis

Minimum Requirements: Major in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology or other related fields.
How To Apply: Contact Yuru Wang