Our Lab is funded by the following sources: National Institutes of Health (NIH), California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM), Lalor Foundation and the UCLA Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research
Positions are available in the Clark Lab to study the biology of germ cells and/or human embryonic stem cells. Information on projects available can be found under research. Excellent communication skills are required, together with a strong background in genetics and/or genomics and cell biology. Please submit a PDF copy of your curriculum vitae, contact information and three references to Amander at email@example.com.
Our lab trains students from the UCLA PhD Programs in Biosciences who have been accepted into the Cell and Developmental Biology Home Area. If you are interested in a challenging project that will give you a strong foundation in the new and exciting field of embryonic stem cell biology and reprogramming, then you should consider joining our lab. If you are a new incoming student, please contact Amander to discuss potential projects and rotations.
We welcome enthusiastic students who would like hands-on exposure to embryonic stem cells, mouse genetics, and projects centered around germline biology. If you are interested in our research program, then contact Amander at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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