Career and Post-Doc Opportunities
Postdoctoral Research Opportunity
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
How to Apply
A complete application consists of:
Transcripts – Click here for detailed information about acceptable transcripts
A current resume/CV, including academic history, employment history, relevant experiences, and publication list
One educational or professional recommendation. Your application will be considered incomplete, and will not be reviewed until one recommendation is submitted.
All documents must be in English or include an official English translation.
If you have questions, send an email to ORISE.FDA.CBER@orau.org. Please include the reference code for this opportunity in your email.
3/16/2020 3:00:00 PM Eastern Time Zone
*Applications will be reviewed on a rolling-basis.
A research opportunity is available in the Division of Viral Products (DVP), Office of Vaccines Research and Review (OVRR), at the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in Silver Spring, Maryland.
The goal of this project is to enhance vaccine potency by expressing a desired vaccine antigen in a live viral vector. The vector is the rubella vaccine strain, which has demonstrated its safety and potency in millions of children each year. During this project, we will insert a foreign gene into the structural insertion site of the rubella virus genome. As a result, every time the rubella vector infects a cell it expresses both its own proteins and the new vaccine insert. This combines the safety and potency of the vector with the antigenicity of the vaccine insert.
For example, the insert can be SIV gag protein. Rubella can accommodate the entire SIV gag protein p27. This gene is stably expressed for more than 10 passages in cell culture. It is also expressed when the vector grows in vivo. This results in strong antibody titers and T cell immunity against SIV gag that are comparable to SIV infection. The result may be immune protection against SIV infection.
Similarly, the insert can be malaria CSP protein. Antibodies specific for CSP can protect against malaria infection. One quarter of the world's population are at risk of malaria, and there is no vaccine. The rubella/CSP vectors are designed to establish sufficient immunity in young children to protect against malarial infection and reduce lethal disease in this age group.
Recently, we have found that certain host cell proteins can be expressed by rubella. If we make antibodies against certain cell proteins on the surface of lymphocytes, we can knock out the function of an entire cell subset. For example, antibodies to CD20, CD4, or CD8 could wipe out the effector functions of B cells, helper T cells, or cytolytic T cells if given separately. But, if given together, they could modulate the function of all lymphocytes. We have succeeded in expressing CD20, and this may be a gateway construct for the others. This includes both type I and type II membrane proteins.
Under the guidance of a mentor, the participant will be involved in the following training activities:
- Using creativity to identify good target antigens
- Vaccine design to incorporate known targets of protective antibodies into the vectors
- Perform studies in molecular virology to find out what is stably expressed in cell culture, what will grow in vivo, and which constructs will enhance the immune response when grown in vivo
CBER has animal facilities that provide unique access to macaques for immunization studies of vaccine structure and immune function.
Learning objectives for this project include: vaccine design, improving skills in molecular biology, analyzing vector growth and protein expression, and performing in vitro assays that predict immune function in vivo.
Over the course of this opportunity, we are looking for growth in planning experiments and analyzing results. This will include opportunities to solve problems in protein expression and stability. The selected participant will also participate in choosing new target antigens for greater vaccine potency.
This program, administered by ORAU through its contract with the U.S. Department of Energy to manage the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, was established through an interagency agreement between DOE and FDA. The initial appointment is for one year, but may be renewed upon recommendation of FDA contingent on the availability of funds. The participant will receive a monthly stipend commensurate with educational level and experience. Proof of health insurance is required for participation in this program. The appointment is full-time at FDA in the Silver Spring, Maryland, area. Participants do not become employees of FDA, DOE or the program administrator, and there are no employment-related benefits.
Completion of a successful background investigation by the Office of Personnel Management is required for an applicant to be on-boarded at FDA. OPM can complete a background investigation only for individuals, including non-US Citizens, who have resided in the US for a total of three of the past five years.
FDA requires ORISE participants to read and sign their FDA Education and Training Agreement within 30 days of his/her start date, setting forth the conditions and expectations for his/her educational appointment at the agency. This agreement covers such topics as the following:
- Non-employee nature of the ORISE appointment;
- Prohibition on ORISE Fellows performing inherently governmental functions;
- Obligation of ORISE Fellows to convey all necessary rights to the FDA regarding intellectual property conceived or first reduced to practice during their fellowship;
- The fact that research materials and laboratory notebooks are the property of the FDA;
- ORISE fellow’s obligation to protect and not to further disclose or use non-public information.
The qualified candidate should have received a doctoral degree in one of the relevant fields. Degree must have been received within five years of the appointment start date.
Ability to collaborate well in a group
Ability to learn how to give and receive constructive criticism
Training in molecular biology, virology and immunology
Experience in vaccine design, protein expression, and in immunological assays to evaluate antiviral effects of antibodies and T cells
Degree: Doctoral Degree received within the last 60 month(s).
Life Health and Medical Sciences
University of Maryland School of Medicine
A post-doctoral fellow position is currently open to work on a collaborative project between investigators in the Center for Vaccine Development and Global Health and the Institute for Genome Sciences at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.The project integrates malaria population genomics with geospatial analyses of local human mobility to understand malaria parasite population structure and demography and to define geographical areas for targeted elimination interventions.
The ideal candidate will have:
- PhD with expertise in the areas of Bioinformatics, Evolutionary and
- Population Genetics, Statistics, Computer Science, or related fields.
- Publication record commensurate with experience
- Strong computational and programming skills (Python/R)
- Demonstrated ability to work with others
- Experience working with large data sets is preferred
The successful candidate will benefit from a multidisciplinary community of interactive researchers, including both clinical and basic scientists, international collaborators from malaria endemic areas, as well as bioinformatics, sequencing, and computational resources available at University of Maryland School of Medicine.
Consideration of candidates will begin upon receipt of applications and will continue until the position is filled. AA/EOE/ADA
MITRE's Emerging Technology Office seeks a Bioinformatics Engineer with technical and subject matter expertise in bioinformatics, computer science, and data analytics. In this position, you will utilize your expertise to develop tools, bioinformatic platforms, and investigate problem sets.
The successful computational biology applicant will have the ability to work across a multi-disciplinary team in providing expert subject matter guidance to inform the efforts of United States Government program managers in the areas of technology, public health, and national security.
- Explore, evaluate, and develop tools and platforms to support MITRE-wide efforts in bioinformatics and data analytics
- Analyze data sets with a focus on problem solving and producing new insights
- Provide subject matter expertise in computational and biological fields
- Lead internal research projects
- Master's or doctoral degree in computational biology, bioinformatics, biomedical research, or a related field (computer science, data science, statistics, mathematics, physics, etc.)
- Experience in one or more languages for data analytics (Python, R, etc.)
- Experience with Unix or GNU/Linux command line tools
- Demonstrated knowledge of cloud computing technologies and capabilities
- Passion for emerging technologies and solving real-world public health mission problems
- Excellent communication skills (including technical documentation and presentation)
- Proven ability to work effectively in a collaborative, teaming environment
- Advanced scientific knowledge of genomics, next generation sequencing (NGS) analysis including platforms, algorithms, tools and databases
- Experience with scientific workflow definition languages (Nextflow, Common Workflow Language, Snakemake, etc.)
- Experience working with containerization technologies (Docker, Singularity, etc.)
- Experience developing in a cloud environment and/or migrating data, tools, and capabilities to a commercial cloud (preferably GCP or AWS)
- Demonstrated technical leadership and experience applying statistical techniques (including artificial intelligence, deep learning, machine learning, statistical modeling and/or data visualization)
For more information please contact Christopher Garay.
University of Mary Washington
Visiting Assistant Professor
The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Mary Washington invites applications for a full-time, one-year, non-tenure track Visiting Assistant Professor position for the academic year of 2020-2021. The department seeks a broadly-trained biologist able to teach immunology and/or biology of cancer; additional courses may include cell biology, introductory biology, or other courses in the candidate’s field of expertise. UMW is a liberal arts and sciences university dedicated to effective teaching and undergraduate research in an inclusive environment that embraces diverse talents and backgrounds. The candidate will teach 12 credit hours per semester for the academic year Fall 2020 – Spring 2021. Completion of the Ph.D. is required by August 15, 2020. Review of application will begin immediately and continue until this position has been filled.
We also need adjuncts who can teach the introductory biology course (lecture and lab). We can work around schedules for adjuncts, so grad students could fill these positions, if any are in the area.
If you are interested in either position, please contact:
Lynn O. Lewis, PhD
Professor and Chair
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Mary Washington
1301 College Ave.
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
UBMC Biology Sciences
Pre-Professoriate Fellowship Position
The Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC) invites applications for the Natural Sciences Pre-Professoriate Fellowship with a planned transition to a tenure-track Assistant Professor position upon successful completion of the two year program. Candidates with research and teaching interests in all areas of Biological Sciences will be considered. The purpose of the Program is to support promising scholars who are committed to diversity in academia. We particularly invite applications from members of groups historically underrepresented in the professoriate.
UMBC is a national model for diversity and inclusive excellence in STEM through its Meyerhoff Scholar and Graduate Fellows programs, two of the most innovative and successful programs in promoting diversity and preparing students from underrepresented groups for careers in STEM. With many of the Meyerhoff scholars pursuing undergraduate and graduate studies in Biological Sciences, our faculty play a key role in mentoring and developing the next generation of diverse professional workforce in STEM. The Department of Biological Sciences is a research-intensive department with thriving graduate and undergraduate programs. Our faculty are engaged in cutting-edge research, which attracts major federal, state, and private funding.
The fellow will be appointed as a Research Assistant Professor for a two-year term beginning August 17, 2020. The fellow will receive a starting stipend of $54,000, health benefits, $5,000 for conference travel and preparation of scholarly work, up to $5,000 in instrument services, up to $10,000 for supplies, lab space, office space with computer, library access, and other privileges at the university. During the two-year term of appointment, the fellow’s time will be mostly devoted to pursuing research but will also involve participation in the National Science Foundation’s Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) funded PROMISE postdoctoral program. In addition, the fellow will teach one course (one semester only) per year. Highly experienced research and teaching mentors will meet with the fellow regularly to provide guidance on developing a pedagogically sound teaching philosophy and plan, and improving the skills needed to pursue an academic research career, including proposal and manuscript writing, and technical presentation skills. The fellow will benefit from many other professional development opportunities across the campus.
Candidates will be selected on the basis of scholarly promise and the potential to contribute to the diversity of the UMBC community. Applicants must have completed their doctoral degree when the term of appointment commences (August 17, 2020).
Deadline: Full consideration will be given to those applicants who submit all materials by March 15, 2020. A complete submission will consist of:
- Cover Letter
- Curriculum Vitae
- Three Letters of Reference
- Statement of Proposed Research Plan (2-3 pages)
- Personal Statement that details your demonstrated commitment to diversity efforts and the mission of UMBC, and why you should be selected for this position (1-3 pages)
- Teaching Statement (1-2 pages)
Questions regarding the program may be addressed to: Dr. Rachel Brewster, however all application materials MUST be submitted through Interfolio.
The University of Maryland Baltimore County is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action. UMBC is the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE Institutional Transformation Award to increase the participation of women in academic careers.
CFD Research Corporation
Research Scientist Position
Find our more about this opportunity.
Post-doc: Circadian Rhythms/Viral Dynamics
Learn more about this post-doc position.
University of Georgia
Post-doc: Modeling Vector-borne Disease
Learn more about this post-doc position.
Iowa State University
Post-doc: Mathematical Biology
Learn more about this post-doc position.
University of Tennessee
Post-doc: Immune Response to Infectious Disease
Learn more about this post-doc-position.
Stockholm Resilience Centre, Sweden
Learn more about this post-doc-position.
University of Michigan
Post-docs: Math Biology/Cellular and Systems Engineer
Learn more about this post-doc position.
George Mason University
Summer 2020 Research Fellowships
Summer Research Fellowships provide financial support to graduate students during the summer term, allowing students to devote significant time to their dissertation or thesis research. The intent of the award is to foster greater professional productivity and to assist in timely degree completion.
Summer Research Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis. Applicants must submit materials via the Office of the Provost application portal by Friday, January 24, 2020. Recipients will be notified by Monday, February 24, 2020. For more Information click here.
Data Tecnica International
3 Junior Data Science Positions
Data Tecnica International is looking to fill 3 junior data science positions ASAP. They are working on Parkinson’s disease clinical and *-omic data. General ML and statistical genetics areas of research. Each position has a unique focus outside of 50 percent general data science responsibilities including:
- Core code health / development of pipelines
- Data viz
- Data and project management
Learn more about these data science positions.
Assistant Professor: Bioinformatics/Biostatistics
Towson University’s Department of Biological Sciences is conducting a search for an assistant professor in bioinformatics/biostatistics.
School of Mathematical Sciences, University of Nottingham
Assistant/Associate Professor: Mathematical Biology/Mathematical Neuroscience
We are looking for an Assistant Professor or Associate Professor in Mathematical Biology to deliver high quality teaching and undertake original research of international excellence in Mathematical Biology, complementing and enhancing the current activity of the world-leading Mathematical Medicine and Biology group and ideally linking with the University Beacons of Excellence in Precision Imaging or Future Food. Particular areas of interest include, but are not limited to, Mathematical Neuroscience; Data Assimilation, Inference and Data integration in the Life Sciences; and Modeling Food/Agricultural Systems.
Florida State University
Tenure-Track Position: Biomathematics
Applications are invited for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in biomathematics at Florida State University, beginning August, 2020. Candidates should have a PhD in mathematics or a related discipline and postdoctoral experience in some area of biomathematics. The ideal candidate will have experience working with experimental data, and will pursue collaborations with experimental scientists. The position is joint with the Institute of Molecular Biophysics (IMB), whose core mission is to facilitate interdisciplinary research related to the biological sciences on campus. The IMB hosts an interdisciplinary graduate program in Molecular Biophysics, and there is a separate
interdisciplinary graduate program in Neuroscience on campus. The new hire could participate in either or both programs, in addition to the graduate program in biomathematics. The Mathematics Department is also an active participant in a new initiative on Data Science at the university, and with this hire seeks to strengthen the ties between
mathematical data science and biomathematics.
Florida State University is one of two flagship research universities in the State University System of Florida, and is ranked number 18 among all public universities in the country by U.S. News and World Report. The university enrolls over 40,000 students in the main campus of Tallahassee. Tallahassee is located in north Florida and has a population of roughly 190,000. It is adjacent to the Appalachicola National Forest and about twenty-five miles from the Gulf of Mexico, with easy access to pristine beaches and other natural habitats. Tallahassee has a warm climate, with an annual average high temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit and an annual average low temperature of 56
The Mathematics Department offers BS, MS, and PhD degrees in biomathematics, as well as degrees in several other areas of mathematics. The biomathematics curriculum includes courses within mathematics as well as courses offered in other departments. There are currently 19 undergraduate majors and 19 MS or PhD students enrolled in
the biomathematics program.
Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, research and teaching statements, and four letters of recommendation (at least one of the letters should address the candidate’s teaching capability). They should be submitted electronically through MathJobs.org and, in addition, through the FSU Employment and Recruiting Services website (Job opening ID 46351).
The deadline for applications is November 30, 2019. Screening of applications will begin on December 2, 2019. The Department anticipates filling this position by August 1, 2020.
Florida State University is an Equal Opportunity/Access/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. Candidates from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply. View FSU's Equal Opportunity Statement.
Tenure-Track Faculty Position: Systems Biology
The Department of Biological Sciences and the Division of Systems Biology at Virginia Tech are seeking to hire a tenure track faculty member with expertise in the mathematical modeling of cellular processes. We are interested in candidates with either an entirely mathematical modeling research program or a combined modeling/experimental program in the areas of cell, developmental, molecular, or synthetic biology. Applicants must be dedicated to interdisciplinary education at the undergraduate and graduate level, and should be sensitive to issues of diversity in the university community. Appointment at the Assistant Professor level is anticipated, although more senior applicants may also be considered.
The Department of Biological Sciences will serve as the tenure home for this position. The Division of Systems Biology, a part of the College of Science’s Academy of Integrated Science, offers an undergraduate degree in systems biology, and its faculty participate in departmental graduate programs as well as the university’s Ph.D. programs in Genetics,
Bioinformatics & Computational Biology and Molecular and Cellular Biology.
The responsibilities of a successful applicant will be to maintain a research program that is well-funded and visible, to teach undergraduate systems biology courses and graduate level biological sciences courses, to mentor graduate and undergraduate research projects in systems biology, and to participate in department, academy, college, and
university governance, as well as professional service.
Job requirements: Applicants must have demonstrable research experience in the mathematical modeling of molecular or cellular processes, including a Ph.D. (required at the time of appointment) in a relevant field of science (such as biology, biophysics, biochemistry, bioengineering, applied mathematics), as well as postdoctoral experience. Experience in teaching across disciplinary boundaries will also be of particular interest.
Further important information about this job opening can be found online (#511050). Applications must be submitted
online and should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, summary of research experience and future plans (max. three pages), statement of teaching experience and philosophy (max. two pages), and a description (one page) of any previous activities aimed at expanding the diversity of the scientific community and of the applicant’s plans to build an
inclusive and culturally diverse educational environment at Virginia Tech. Applicants should also provide contact information for three references. Review of applications will begin on October 25, 2019 and continue until the position is filled.
Virginia Tech is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and protected veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. Requests for further information should be directed to Professor John Tyson or Professor Daniela Cimini.
Department of Mathematics, Harvey Mudd College
Tenure-Track Faculty Position, Mathematics
Harvey Mudd College invites applications for a tenure-track position in mathematics, beginning Fall 2020, at the assistant professor level. All areas in the mathematical sciences will be considered, with priority for candidates who can significantly contribute to our course offerings and departmental vision for data science and statistics at a liberal arts college of science and engineering.
The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. by the time of appointment, demonstrated commitment to and excellence in teaching undergraduates, and a strong independent research program that can contribute to our many undergraduate research activities, which include summer research, senior thesis, and math-in-industry senior capstone projects. Harvey Mudd College is committed to broadening participation in STEM fields. Therefore, experience with or demonstrated ability to teach, mentor, and support students from historically underrepresented groups in STEM is among the criteria for appointment.
Harvey Mudd College is a highly selective liberal arts college of science, engineering and mathematics. It is located in Claremont, CA, which is approximately 35 miles east of Los Angeles, at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains. All students enter having already taken calculus or beyond, and about two-thirds scored between 780 and 800 on their
SAT 2 in Math. The college enrolls about 900 students, almost all of whom live on campus, and is a member of the Claremont Colleges, which comprises five undergraduate colleges, the Claremont Graduate University, and the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences. Harvey Mudd College is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to the recruitment of candidates historically underrepresented on college faculties.
The Department of Mathematics at Harvey Mudd College has been recognized as a leader in teaching, research, undergraduate research mentoring, and educational outreach. Each year there are about 60 graduates in the
mathematical sciences. The teaching load is five courses per year, which includes research supervision and courses in the college’s core curriculum.
Applications must be submitted through the MathJobs.org website. Review of applications will begin October 9th, 2019, and continue until the position is filled. Priority will be given to applications completed by November 20, 2019.
Applicants should submit:
- A cover letter. To further assist the search committee in its screening process, all cover letters should address your interest in the liberal arts and Harvey Mudd College in particular, and how you envision your research and teaching interests can contribute to the department and college.
- A current curriculum vitae
- A statement about your research program, including potential research projects for undergraduates (typically 2-3 pages).
- A statement about your teaching philosophy: describe principles practices, or experiences that inform the way you teach (typically 1-2 pages).
- A statement about diversity and inclusion: describe your interests, experiences, and future plans for promoting diversity and inclusion in the mathematical sciences (typically 1-2 pages).
- At least three letters of recommendation. At least one letter should specifically address teaching.
For further information or questions about the position contact:
Professor Francis Su
Chair, Tenure-Track Search Committee,
Department of Mathematics,
Harvey Mudd College
Claremont, CA 91711
Harvey Mudd College is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will be given consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic origin, ancestry, citizenship, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender (including gender identity and expression), marital status, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, genetic characteristics, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
North Carolina State University
Post-doc: Anti-microbial Resistance Modeling
A postdoctoral research scholar position on mathematical modeling of evolutionary and epidemiological models of antimicrobial resistance is available in the Department of Population Health and Pathobiology at North Carolina State University. The successful applicant will be working with an interdisciplinary team primarily led by Dr. Cristina Lanzas’ Computational Biology group in collaboration with Dr. Derek Foster (Antimicrobial Resistance and Ruminant Medicine) and Dr. Ronald Baynes (Pharmacokinetics). Applicants with a background in mathematical modeling of infectious diseases, population biology and/or evolutionary biology are highly encouraged to apply.
The research focus will be the dynamics of antimicrobial resistance in enteric bacteria and the use of mathematical modeling to study antimicrobial resistance at multiple scales, including the effect of intestinal microbial disruption by treatments such as antibiotics and their withdrawal on emergence of resistance, host susceptibility and pathogen transmission. Models will be tested against in vivo data on bacterial populations and drug concentrations.
The postdoctoral associates shall have a Ph.D. degree in a relevant quantitative discipline (ecology, epidemiology, engineering, applied mathematics, statistics and related fields) and have a deep interest in interdisciplinary collaboration, strong quantitative and programming skills, and good oral and writing skills are expected.
The initial appointment will be for one year, with renewal for two or more years subject to satisfactory progress and mutual agreement. The salary will be commensurate with the qualifications and experience of the individuals. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until suitable candidates are identified.
To apply for the position please send a cover letter, CV and contact information for three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans
A Postdoctoral Researcher position is available in the computational neuroscience lab of Carmen Canavier in the School of Medicine, Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
The position is to study cholinergic contributions to hippocampal information processing in close collaboration with electrophysiologist Sonia Gasparini. The successful candidate will construct a morphologically and biophysically realistic model of a hippocampal CA1 pyramidal neuron to explain the observed frequency selectivity of different dendritic regions for slow versus fast gamma band inputs. Some network modeling will also be required for the project. If interested, we invite you to apply.
The primary duties will involve linear and non-linear analyses, writing code, calibrating single neuron models, and generating predictions that lead to additional experiments. Candidates must have a PhD in Neuroscience, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science or a related field of study. The ideal candidate would have experience with the simulation package NEURON and some knowledge of the hippocampus. Familiarity with nonlinear dynamics, signal processing, and coding in C and or python in a Linux environment is also desirable.
If you have questions, please email Dr. Canavier.
LSUHSC is an Equal Opportunity Employer for females, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC)
Post-doc: Computational Analysis of Tumor Data
We are seeking candidates for a postdoctoral fellowship in the Reznik lab at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) to study tumor metabolism through computational analysis of metabolomic and genetic data. An energetic and creative scientist with a background in computational models of metabolism, genomics, or machine learning is
sought to lead new studies of metabolic interactions in the tumor microenvironment, tumor evolution, and therapeutic resistance. The fellow will join a diverse group of quantitative geneticists, genomicists, and machine learners embedded in the Computational Oncology Service, a new initiative dedicated to translational, data-driven cancer science and tightly integrated with the work of MSK’s clinicians. Applicants must possess a PhD in a quantitative discipline, including but not limited to computational biology, computer science, machine learning, or applied mathematics. A background in metabolomics or cancer genomics is an asset but not required.
Michael Ouellette, the Tutoring Coordinator for the Athletic Department, is looking to hire
tutors who are able to work with our student-athletes in undergraduate levels of Bio and Chem,
with a high need for Human Anatomy and Physiology. Anyone interested can email Michael directly.