For a supportive environment that values scientific rigor, honesty, collegiality, mentorship, and inclusion, and a team that is impossibly enthusiastic about mechanistically dissecting brain development and disease, check out our lab (and the coolest canine mascot)!
If you are a graduate student at Mount Sinai looking for a lab, please email Georgia to set up a meeting to discuss a potential rotation.
If you are interested in applying to the graduate programs at Mount Sinai, follow this link for additional information.
We are looking for self-motivated, enthusiastic candidates with a deep interest in ion channels, calcium-dependent developmental mechanisms, and/or neuropsychiatric conditions of developmental origin, as well as a desire to contribute to a culture that fosters mentorship and learning, to join our lab as post-doctoral fellows.
If you have a background in developmental biology, molecular biology, bioinformatics, and/or neuroscience and are looking to gain research experience before pursuing further career development (e.g., graduate, medical, or MD/PhD training), we want to hear from you! We are committed to providing a mentorship-focused research environment that will help prepare individuals for future careers in medicine and research.