The KM lab welcomes undergraduate research volunteers.
The deadline to apply for the Fall 2021 semester has passed.
The deadline to apply for Spring 2022 semester is Dec 15, 2021.
You can get more information, and apply here:
For UMN undergraduates, we have part time positions to help with colony management or peri-op monitoring. This work requires reliability and an unwavering attention to detail. We are anticipating approximately 4-10hrs of work per week, and are looking for a two semester minimum commitment.
**This position is currently filled, but to register interest fill out the same form as for volunteer work, and indicate an interest in colony management work.
The KM Lab also has the potential for paid positions helping with calcium imaging. To apply for this, complete the same form as for volunteer work, but indicate a particular interest in paid calcium imaging work. Training will be provided, but the work requires attention to detail and certain time commitments.
Lab Meetings & Journal Clubs
Undergraduates, including those not formally part of the KM Lab, are welcome to attend KMLab meetings and journal clubs, to get to know the lab and neuroscience research better.
Email email@example.com to obtain more information.
Finished or finishing undergrad but not yet quite ready to enter grad school? Consider doing a two year postbac!
The KMLab will be participating in UMN's MINDS program for URMs.
Contact Esther at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in pursuing this opportunity in the KM lab.
Students interested in pursuing a PhD in the KM Lab should apply to one of UMN's excellent graduate programs. More information on a subset can be found here:
Students already members of a graduate program at UMN should contact Esther directly if interested in rotating in the lab. Email: email@example.com
Anyone interested in continuing their training through a postdoctoral position in the Krook-Magnuson lab should contact Esther directly. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org