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If you are a Boston University student and want to get involved, feel free to stop by a group meeting. The meetings are approximately two hours and cover a wide variety of topics from logistics, group progress, and reading groups.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) - Check this out for our posting!
You can participate in this exciting new area by helping us build new software tools for synthetic biological engineering. Consider working with us by applying through the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) program. Visit our GSoC page for details.
If you are a graduate student at Boston University and you are interested in joining the CIDAR effort please contact Prof. Douglas Densmore. If you are a student in the Boston area (e.g. at Harvard, MIT, etc) and wish to collaborate please review the material here and email Prof. Douglas Densmore. In your email, clearly detail where you think you could contribute and provide a CV. If you are student outside of the Boston area provide the same information along with the names of three references.
Currently only wetlab positions are available for BU BME and MCBB students. There are no computational positions available at this time.
Currently looking for a wet lab postdoc with direct experience in synthetic biology. Please provide a CV, publication list, and names of three references.