We are always excited to hear from interested high school students--feel free to send us an email about potential open positions in the lab.
Opportunities for undergraduate students
There are often opportunities for pursing undergraduate research in the lab. In addition, Case Western Reserve University has a number of programs that support undergraduate research. Interested students should send via email a brief interest letter containing a statement of research interests, GPA, and any relevant coursework (with grades).
Opportunities for graduate students
The Department of Biology at Case Western Reserve University is an excellent place to earn a graduate degree. Our department continues to grow, and we are an interactive, engaging and collegial group. We have several nearby research facilities for conducting local field experiments and observational studies including the University Farm and the Holden Arboretum. A number of additional universities in the area including John Carroll University, Kent State University and Ohio State University provide further opportunities for collaboration. And Cleveland is an exciting place to live—a fantastic music, food, and art scene! For those interested in pursuing graduate research in my lab, please send via email an interest letter containing the following: 1) a brief description, 1-2 paragraphs, of your research interests; 2) a brief description, 1-2 paragraphs, of your research experience; 3) a list of your publications (if any); 4) a description of your career goals; 5) a list of your coursework (with grades) in ecology and evolution; 6) general and subject (if available) GRE test scores (including percentiles). Please see the CWRU Department of Biology graduate program handbookfor complete details on our program. Instructions for how to apply, including deadlines, financial support, etc. can be found on the Department of Biology webpage; applications are submitted through the graduate studies webpage.
Opportunities for post-doctoral researchers
For those interested in pursuing post-doctoral research in my lab, please send via email: 1) a copy of your CV, and 2) a brief (1-2 paragraph) description of your future research directions and goals. Pending congruence and complementarity of research interests and approaches, I would be happy to explore possible external funding opportunities.