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Research Assistant – McCauley Lab

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The McCauley Lab is looking for two undergraduate research assistants who are interested in intestinal physiology and function. We use human pluripotent stem cell-derived organoids and mouse models to investigate how enteroendocrine cells, which are rare, nutrient-sensing cells, regulate nutrient absorption, diarrhea, homeostasis, and metabolism. Researchers will learn histology, mouse husbandry, biochemistry, tissue culture, and more! A great opportunity for students seeking a long-term commitment (1-2 years) in a brand-new lab with a hands-on faculty mentor.

Faculty Advisor
Heather McCauley
Research Supervisor
Heather McCauley
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