TISSUE MORPHODYNAMICS LABORATORY
Postdoctoral researchers: Creative, hardworking individuals should apply to Requisition number 1500568 on Princeton University's website. A strong background in either experimental biology or computational modeling is required.
Graduate students: Students are directed to apply to one of Princeton's Ph.D. programs, including Chemical Engineering, Molecular Biology, and Quantitative and Computational Biology.
Undergraduate students: Students interested in learning and contributing to our efforts in tissue development and cancer should contact Celeste directly. Students interested in conducting senior thesis work in the lab should plan to start early - either by completing a semester of junior independent work or by starting in the summer before their senior year.
High school students: Please see available positions in the Laboratory Learning Program.
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