Join us

The Lobo Lab seeks exceptional candidates to join our interdisciplinary team. Please see below the positions we offer and how to apply. We look forward to receiving your application.


PhD Students in Computational or Molecular Biology

PhD positions are available in the areas of Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, and Systems Biology; Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, and Neurobiology; or Genetics, Biochemistry, and Microbiology to start in the fall. We provide full tuition and salary support for all our PhD students through teaching assistantships (TAs), research assistantships (RAs), or fellowships. More information about all the department graduate programs are available here. If you would like to apply to join the lab, please submit a formal application online. Make your application stand out by writing in your statement the areas that interest you, your prior research experience, and any research publication you submitted to a journal or conference.

Master Students in Computational or Molecular Biology

Master students can join the lab through the Applied Molecular Biology or Biological Sciences programs. More information about all the department graduate programs are available here. If you would like to apply to join the lab, please submit a formal application online. Make your application stand out by writing in your statement the areas that interest you, your prior research experience, and any research publication you submitted to a journal or conference.

Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate students are welcome to join the lab and get first-hand experience in computational, mathematical, or molecular biology research. Positions are usually offered to start in the summer or fall semesters and they fill quickly. Optional funding may be possible through the university or external sources. Research course credits (BIOL 499) and Departamental Honors in Research are also available. If you would like to apply to join the lab, please send us an email with your CV or resume and a statement outlining how your experience and areas of interest fit with the research done in the lab.