We are currently looking for students, postdocs and research assistants with an interest in cell biology, biochemistry, medicine, genetics and cancer biology. We also welcome those with backgrounds in engineering, chemistry, and physics who are interested in applying their expertise to biological systems. 


Post-doctoral candidates are encouraged to contact Andrew directly via e-mail to inquire about post-doctoral positions. The Laboratory is most interested in candidates with expertise in cell-biology, microscopy, biochemistry & protein purification. Candidates with a background in using mouse models are also strongly encouraged to apply. All candidates must have a strong record of independent research.


Graduate students enter the lab through one of the graduate programs at Johns Hopkins. We are current members of the Biochemistry, Cellular & Molecular Biology (BCMB), Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM), and Human Genetics (HG) graduate programs.


BCMB, CMM, or HG graduate students should contact Andrew directly via e-mail to inquire about potential rotation projects.


Undergraduates who are interested in working in the lab should contact Andrew with a CV and summary of research interests. Ideally we expect a long-term commitment to a research project, typically two academic years. Usually undergraduates will be asked to volunteer for the first term and can then receive pay thereafter.