Interested in Research! Highly motivated undergraduate students from a wide array of disciplines including biology, bioengineering, pharmacy, computer science, or physics are invited to join our lab to study the mysteries of the developing heart.
Students will contribute to a specific ongoing research projects with the possibility of developing their own independent project. We involve students in all aspects of the research process including; experimental design, data acquisition, analysis, presentation and publication. Workstudy, course credit and publications are all possible.
Due to the in depth nature of these studies. Student will be expected to commit at least 10 hrs/week to the lab over a long period of time (at least 1 year). Thus, we are specifically interested in highly motivated, enthusiastic, independent Sophomores and Juniors.
Interested contact Dr. Bloomekatz directly josh[at]olemiss.edu
We are looking for highly motivated students from a wide array of disciplines including developmental biology, genetics, bioengineering, computer science, or physics to join us in studying the mysteries of the developing heart. We strongly encourage women and underrepresented minorities to apply.
Interested in doing exciting science as a graduate student, contact Dr. Bloomekatz directly josh[at]olemiss.edu (Graduate Assistantships in the Bloomekatz lab are available).Further information and requirements for graduate admissions can be found at