To inquire about the opportunities listed below, please contact Susan Parkhurst.
We often have Research Tech openings for people who want to engage in independent research projects, have a strong background in molecular/cellular biology and genetics, and are interested in expanding their skills over two years before heading to grad and/or med school.
We welcome students from the Molecular & Cellular Biology Program or the Biology Department at the University of Washington.
Inquiries from highly motivated and scientifically enthusiastic prospective postdocs to pursue multidisciplinary projects in the general areas of wound repair, nuclear organization/architecture, and/or cytoskeletal dynamics are welcome. We are also open to proposals for developing new research questions. Interested candidates should email a copy of their CV, names/contact info of three references, and a description of past research accomplishments and future research interests.
The Parkhurst lab endeavors to maintain a diverse and supportive lab environment that promotes scientific creativity, development, and progress, and where the opinions/perspectives of all lab members are welcomed and valued. The Fred Hutch promotes diversity on our campus and encourages professional development and training.