Current graduate students
Rachel Posner (Visiting from Tel Aviv University)
Undergraduates Summer 2017
Matteo Zamaria - NSERC USRA Fellowship
Julia Cohen (Visiting from Tufts University)
Melanie Desrochers, MSc
Currently: somewhere on a bike between the Pacific and the Atlantic
The lab's priority is to provide opportunities for graduate students and undergraduates to pursue their scientific curiosity, acquire useful skills, and think about their career goals. Happy people having fun in supportive environments do the best science. We start with careful observations, and then we do experiments we think are cool, interesting, crazy, essential, challenging, or weird, striking a balance between hypothesis-driven goals and being open to serendipity and discovery.
Interested in joining? Send an email describing your interests and background (sorry, generic letters do not receive replies). Times are tight, but we hope to have more opportunities soon.
Science thrives with diverse perspectives and approaches. Everyone is welcome in our lab, regardless of their race, nationality, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, or disabilities. Scientists from underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to join us.