The Hall laboratory in the Department of Biology at Syracuse University is a molecular biology and genetics lab using the nematode C. elegans as a model system to understand how early environmental experiences program changes in adult behavior and physiology.
A lab assistant will assist with lab management and perform research associated with a NIH-funded project to understand the role of RNAi in environmental programming.
Internal Number: 85189
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