The Kidd Lab is always looking for talented people interested understanding genome variation, mutation, evolution, and disease! Students/Postdocs interested in canine genetics and evolution, mobile element biology and evolution, and brain somatic mosaicism are encouraged to contact the lab for more information.
Interested undergraduates should contact Dr. Kidd directly with a statement of research interest. Position availability varies through time, but opportunities are often available for both laboratory and computational research. Students may also explore the UROP Program.
Interested graduate students should apply to the PIBS program, through either the Genetics and Genomics or Bioinformatics programs.