Interested in neuroepigenetics, mitochondrial function, and stroke pathophysiology?
- A cover letter detailing your past accomplishments, research interests, and career goals
- A curriculum vitae
- Contact information of three references
If you are a current graduate student at Penn who is interested in rotating in our laboratory, please contact Dr. Morris-Blanco by email to set up a time to meet.
If you are not currently a graduate student at University of Pennsylvania, you will first need to apply to the Biomedical Graduate Studies program (BGS) umbrella program.
Please email a CV, current transcript, and a brief statement outlining why you want to do research and your career goals. Positions for work-study students are also available.