We are actively recruiting motivated individuals to join us!
We are always interested in speaking with prospective postdoc candidates. If you will be finishing your PhD in the next 6-12 months and are interested in our lab, please contact Dr. Basham.
1. Recent PhD or MD/PhD (or equivalent) degree, or close to obtaining a doctoral degree
2. Strong publication record
3. Outstanding critical thinking and problem solving skills
4. Excellent written and oral communication skills
5. Desire to work as member of a dynamic team
1. Experience working with animal models
Interested candidates should submit a one page cover letter detailing their scientific interest in the lab and career goals, a curriculum vitae including technical skills, and the names and contact information of three references.
Our lab is affiliated with the Molecular Biology Graduate Program at the University of Utah. Graduate students interested in rotating should contact Dr. Basham about potential opportunities.
We are currently accepting rotation students for the spring semester. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, rotations may be virtual, in-person, or a hybrid format. We will follow the rotation guidelines developed by the MB & BC Graduate Programs. Rotation projects will be designed to fit each individual's scientific interests and provide a safe and educational experience. Please feel free to reach out with questions.
We value undergraduate students as important members of our team and training environment. We are seeking highly motivated students; no prior research experience is required. You will have the opportunity to develop essential research skills, including experimental design, analysis, and troubleshooting; perform lab techniques (e.x. PCR, histology, microscopy); learn about adrenal development, biology, and cancer; and become involved in current research projects and questions.
If you are interested in undergraduate research, please fill out this form. Please note that we require undergraduate students to commit at least 10 hours per week (during working hours from 9am-5pm). Preference is given to students who wish to commit to 2 or more years of research training.