The Johnson lab is recruiting highly motivated Postdocs and PhD students to join our team at Louisiana State University. Our lab uses invertebrate model organisms (Drosophila and C. elegans) with a combination of genetic, biochemical and microscopy approaches to tackle questions related to lysosome biology, degenerative diseases, aging, and restorative effects of sleep. We have recently secured funding from the NIH and W.M. Keck Foundation and can support Postdocs and PhD students for up to 4 years. To learn more about our lab, please visit https://sites01.lsu.edu/faculty/johnsona/. Or contact Dr. Johnson directly (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Candidates should hold a PhD in molecular/cell biology, genetics or related field. To apply, please email a CV, motivation letter and contact information for 3 references directly to Dr. Johnson (email@example.com).
Prospective graduate students can apply to LSU’s Biological Sciences Ph.D. program and join us for a recruitment weekend in February. Applications for Fall admission are due January 1st. Please specify your interest in the lab in your personal statement.
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