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Mechanical Adaptations Laboratory – Undergraduate Research Position!

The Mechanical Adaptations Laboratory is seeking a motivated student to work on a biomedical research project focused on stem cell aging in the bone. The ideal candidate will be a team player interested in working with mice and learning molecular biology techniques.

They must also be hardworking, self-reliant, well organized and interested in mechanobiology. There may be times the work required will take longer than planned, so applicants should be willing to commit to the completion of a task.

Ideally, applicants will be a sophomore or a junior in a Life Science or Biomedical Engineering field; however, seniors will be considered. This job is an excellent opportunity to gain research experience in a growing and exciting field of biomedical engineering. Please check out our website for more information.

Interested in applying? Please email your resume, unofficial transcript, a brief cover letter, and Spring 2020 semester availability to Dr. Gunes Uzer ( and Scott Birks (