We are always looking for curiosity-driven and dedicated scientists to join our group.
Our research interests include viruses, the arthropod virome, viral diseases, viral evolution, genomics, computational biology, and data visualization
Undergraduate research experiences
Freshman, sophomore or junior students typically start in the lab as volunteers. After a 2-3 month period in this capacity, opportunities are generally available for paid directed research or part-time research. Interested students are encouraged to get in touch (mark.stengleinUndergraduate Research Fellowship Program.@colostate.edu). MIP undergraduates should consider participating in the MIP
Graduate students in the MIP and CMB graduate programs can join the group. Interested students should get in touch (mark.stenglein @colostate.edu). Rotation students are welcome.
We'd be happy to talk to potential postdocs about working in our lab. Please send a cover letter that includes the names and contacts for three references and a short statement of research interests, and a current CV to email@example.com
DVM students and post-DVM Residents
Researchers with a clinical perspective are very welcome in the lab.
- DVM students typically work in the lab under the auspices of the Veterinary Summary Scholars Program. Note that the application deadline is usually in February.
- DVMs in the MIP residency programs are most welcome to inquire about PhD training opportunities.
These will be advertised periodically through the CSU Jobs site