INTERESTED IN JOINING THE GROUP?
Extremely qualified postdoctoral applicants are encouraged to send an application (single pdf file) with 1) a brief statement for your interest and future career plan, 2) CV with publications and research experience to Michael Trakselis at Michael_Trakselis@baylor.edu.
Currently accepting graduate students interested in mastering quantitative methods of measuring DNA replication or repair processes either in vitro or in vivo. Multidisciplinary approach to research and education using overlapping tools in chemistry, biology,and physics. Please apply directly to the Baylor Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Program.
Extremely motivated students with majors in Chemistry or Biochemistry are encouraged to apply. Must be willing to give 10 hours a week minimum and commit to at least one year of research. Students with molecular biology experience are preferred. Prospective students should write a short paragraph on what specifically interests them about research in the Trakselis lab. Forward that paragraph and your resume to Prof T.