If you are interested in the research we are doing, please send a CV to Dr. Dallas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of the programs Dr. Dallas will accept students from is in the Nutrition Graduate Program, within the College of Public Health and Human Sciences. To apply to the Nutrition MS or PhD program, use the SOPHAS website. Apply for the Nutrition PhD program here, and the Nutrition MS program here. Information about applying to the Nutrition PhD and MS programs are here. Applications for both the MS and PhD programs are due December 1st.
We are currently seeking a post-doctoral researcher with expertise related to any of the following areas: peptidomics, proteomics, microbiology, immunology and/or bioinformatics. The lab is searching for a post-doctoral research to take part in one or both of the following projects: 1) Examining how milk proteins are digested in term and premature infants and determining the immunomodulatory and antimicrobial functions of the released protein fragments (peptides) (funded by the NIH); 2) Determining the survival of pathogen-specific milk immunoglobulins in the infant gut. The lab is well equipped and has access to numerous mass spectrometers, including an Orbitrap Fusion for the peptidomics work, at the Oregon State University Mass Spectrometry Facility (http://mass-spec.science.oregonstate.edu). In addition, the lab has access to all the needed resources for peptide and immunoglobulin functional testing, which we are currently carrying out. The post-doctoral position is within the Nutrition Division in the School of Biological and Population Health Sciences in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences (http://health.oregonstate.edu/degrees/graduate/nutrition). The position is a full-time, 12-month appointment. The initial contract is for 1 year but can be extended depending on performance.
If you are interested in the research we are doing, please send a CV and an explanation of your interests in the lab to Dr. Dallas at email@example.com.
The Dallas lab routinely has projects for undergraduate interns. If you are interested in an undergraduate research project in the Dallas lab, please contact Dr. Dallas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visiting Scientists and International Interns
The Dallas lab welcomes visiting scientists and international interns and has hosted many such students and scientists in the past. If you are interested in a visit or internship in the Dallas lab, please contact Dr. Dallas at email@example.com.