Our lab provides training opportunities for postdoctoral researchers, graduate students, and undergraduate students. Training new scientists is a central part of our Mission, Goals, and Values.
We are currently looking for prospective graduate students to join our lab and study in the Cellular and Behavioral Neuroscience Ph.D. program at OU. For more information, contact Michael Markham or you can learn more about the CBN program admissions policy.
Undergraduate students play a vital role in conducting research in our laboratory. There usually are limited openings available for undergraduates to participate in our work. Students may submit applications at any time. We review applicants primarily in the spring semester and accept students at the end of the spring term. We occasionally review applicants and accept students in the fall semester, on a case by case basis.
Before submitting your application, please be aware of the following policies and expectations. We require students to commit to at least 20 hours per week for the entire summer intersession, or December intersession for fall hires, to allow for comprehensive training. We require each student commit to at least 10 hours per week during the school year, with the understanding that proper implementation of the work at hand will often require more time. Work hours are generally quite flexible to accomodate individual schedules. It is also often necessary that students come in for lab work after hours and on weekends.
If you would like to apply to work in the lab, please complete and submit this application form.