The Cluzel lab considers applications from candidates with training in physics, molecular biology, microbiology, chemistry, or computer science. The laboratory draws together a range of scientific disciplines and skills in order to tackle biological problems at the systems level. This research offers interdisciplinary training opportunities for individuals with either a biological or physical sciences background. Techniques involved in the laboratory depend on the expertise of statistical physics, computational biology, lasers, time-resolved fluorescence, video microscopy, protein-engineering, signal transduction, gene expression, and microbiology.
Please contact Philippe Cluzel with your CV and research interests.
Current G1s interested in rotating in the lab may contact Philippe Cluzel. Please include your CV and research interests.
Undergraduate research positions
Local undergraduates interested in doing research in the lab may contact Philippe Cluzel with their CVs.