The Veatch lab is actively recruiting graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to contribute to NIH funded research projects investigating 1) the role of membrane domains in initiating and modulating signaling responses in immune cells and 2) the roles of domains in the regulation of ion channel functions. We also take part in collaborative projects alongside researchers in the medical school involving viral assembly and release and organization of the nuclear envelope.
Postdoctoral fellows in the Veatch lab have access to cutting-edge super-resolution imaging platforms, high performance computing, electrophysiology, molecular and cell biology methods, experimental support from experienced technicians, and a collaborative research environment. The University of Michigan is a large research institution with numerous core facilities and opportunities for collaboration and professional development.
If you are interested in learning more or submitting a formal application, please contact Professor Veatch.