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This position is in the J Lampe Lab, under the direction of Dr. Meredith Hullar. The lab conducts human microbiome studies using a variety of techniques. Current projects include detection and analysis of bacteria in colorectal tumors, the role of gut bacteria in obesity and cancer outcomes and anaerobic assay development.
This is a part-time position with full benefits and an anticipated 32 hours of work per week.