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Interested in joining our lab?
Undergraduates who are interested in receiving course credit during the academic year or working in the lab during the summer should contact Dr. McVey.
Prospective Graduate Students
Prospective Graduate Students are encouraged to apply to the Tufts
Biology Department Ph.D. program. Information about how to apply and
financial aid is available at the
Postdoctoral Candidates who want to use Drosophila to answer fundamental questions about DNA repair, recombination, and DNA damage tolerance should send an email to Dr. McVey, along with a current CV and a cover letter outlining your current and future research interests.
Postdoctoral Fellowships are also available through the
Tufts IRACDA Program at Tufts University. This NIH-funded
program prepares talented postdoctoral trainees to succeed in
academic biomedical research. Trainees spend about 75% of their time
conducting research and 25% of their time in teaching and career
development activities. Training is supplemented by workshops and
seminars on teaching methods, career opportunities in academia, and
essential skills such as grant writing, mentoring, lab management
and scientific presentations. Tufts IRACDA scholars receive up to
four years of salary support and a yearly travel allowance. They
complete the program ready to manage a successful research program,
teach, and meet the demands of a career as an academic scientist.
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