The Warner Lab in WashU's School of Medicine is seeking a part-time undergraduate student researcher to assist their team with in-person laboratory work.
The Warner Lab in WashU's School of Medicine is studying how the influence of early life adversity can become biologically embedded to influence longer term neurocognitive and mental health outcomes. Specifically, the Lab is examining the contribution of the human gut microbiome to inflammation and immune alterations as part of the Early life Adversity and Biologic Embedding (eLABE) study.
The student will assist senior laboratory personnel in processing and archiving of biological samples, participate in DNA extractions, and perform other assigned laboratory work. Experience in biologic laboratory skills with interests in biomedical research is encouraged. This position is an in-person, hourly paid position, 10-week minimum, with the possibility to continue through the academic year.
Interested students should contact Malick Ndao, MD, via email at email@example.com.