There are positions open for post-doctoral fellows in the lab. Candidates may either be focused on wet-bench work or computational experiments. Wet-bench work candidates should have experience with cell culture techniques, luciferase assays, gene over-expression, and/or knock-out systems. Computational candidates should have expertise in next-gen sequencing, genetic data analysis, and basic statistics. Please send CVs to Dr. Arking (email@example.com).
Graduate students in the Arking Lab have historically been Human Genetics graduate students; however, students with a strong interest in the genetics of complex disease, an interest in working with large data sets, and/or an interest in functional validation following intensive data analysis are encouraged to set up a meeting with Dr. Arking (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss their research interests.
Undergraduates from Johns Hopkins University interested in the work done in the Arking Lab should contact Dr. Arking (email@example.com) with their research interests, availability and CV.
Summer Research Opportunities
Undergraduates (including following their senior year) from any institution and exceptional high school students looking for summer internships should look for information and how to apply through the internship page at the Johns Hopkins Center for Computational Biology website.