Interested in joining a nationwide community of researchers working on phage diversity?

 Overview:

  • Fall semester lab – isolate characterize Mycobacteriophage from soil
  • Interim – one phage is sequenced (while you relax at home)
  • Spring semester lab – bioinformatics analysis of your sequenced phage


A Mycobacteriophage; image from:
http://discoverphage.blogspot.com/p/vcu-phage-lab.html

 

REQUIREMENTS:

The SEA-PHAGES lab is attached to the General Biology course. You must commit to enrolling in both Biol 101 (Fall 2016) and Biol 102 (Spring 2017).

 TO APPLY:

By May 31 in the form below, upload a one-page essay outlining your aspirations for your career after a STEM major at Lafayette College. You will be notified in early June.

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Look here for the official website of the HHMI SEA-PHAGES program.

Questions? For answers, please email caslakel@lafayette.edu, use SEA-PHAGES in the subject line.