Potential trainees

The Campbell lab trains undergraduates, graduate students (including MD/PhD students), and postdocs in translational research. High school students can also apply for research experiences. More than 90% of the undergraduates who rotate through the lab are interested in becoming clinicians and transition to medical school. All of our graduate students have continued to postdoc positions. Postdocs who have transitioned to tenure-track faculty positions include Stuart Campbell and Charles Chung.

Graduate students and postdocs

If you are interested in the lab, please read our lab policies to get a flavor of how we operate. Then send a detailed email to Ken Campbell at k.s.campbell@uky.edu explaining why you are interested in the lab and some general research areas you may be interested in. You may find some of the instructions provided below for undergraduates helpful when you contact us.

Undergraduate and high school students

We are always keen to explain what we do to students who are interested in research. We also want to help advance science by training new researchers. Our lab is a great place to learn how to perform experiments that could ultimately enhance patient care.

We have listed some of our guidelines and expectations below. You should also read our lab policies to learn more about how we operate. If you have questions, email Ken Campbell at k.s.campbell@uky.edu.

Guidelines and expectations