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Join Our Team

 

We're always interested in hosting smart, ambitious, hard-working post-doctoral fellows, grad students and undergraduates. If you’re interested, see where you fit below and get in touch.

 

Postdoctoral Fellows 

 

Prospective postdocs should send Ray an email with ‘Monnat Lab post-doc application’ in the subject line, together with a copy of their cv and a brief description of past research accomplishments and research goals.

 

Graduate Students

 

We accept graduate students through the Genome Sciences, M3D (Molecular Medicine & Molecular Basis of Disease) and Molecular & Cellular Biology Ph.D. Programs, and students entering the UW M.D.-Ph.D. Program. All admissions are through the UW Graduate School and the respective programs – we cannot admit students directly to the lab. So search first for information on the specific programs above and the admissions requirements and timeline.

Students interested in rotating once accepted to a UW graduate program should contact Ray to discuss potential rotation projects and rotation timing.

 

Undergraduates

 

We've hosted UW undergrads and Summer students from a wide range of programs and institutions who are highly motivated and have a genuine interest in our lab and research topics. If you think you're a good fit, e-mail Ray your CV and academic accomplishments, your plans, and a short description of your specific interest in our lab and research.