Scholarship: Fully funded
Nationality: International Students
Application deadlines: Open
We pursue problems of basic and translational interest to intestinal health. Our studies have focused on the development of the intestine, adult intestinal function, intestinal stem cells, the role of cellular metabolism in intestinal health, inflammatory bowel diseases, and colorectal cancers. Many of our projects employ state-of-the-art epigenomics, mouse models, and patient-derived organoids. Join an outstanding team of colleagues!
Rutgers is a top-ranked research institution ($870 Million in grants in 2022) and is located near New York City and Philadelphia. The lab is part of the NIH-designated Cancer Institute of New Jersey, Human Genetics Institute, EOHSI, and Rutgers Center for Lipid Research.
- Intestinal development, adult intestinal function, intestinal stem cells, the role of cellular metabolism in intestinal health, inflammatory bowel disease and colon cancer.
- A range of salaries is available, consistent with experience.
- Contact Mike Verzi: [email protected]