Rotation opportunity in cell biology and immunology
The Su Lab welcomes rotation students from all tracks in the Yale BBS program. With the direct mentorship of Dr. Su, you will have the opportunity to explore cutting-edge science in cell biology and immunology. Students are expected to perform an independent project with scientific and technical supports from other lab members.
Currently the rotation projects include: 1) Signaling function of T cell microvilli; 2) Engineering new versions of chimeric antigen receptors (CARs) targeting blood and solid tumors; 3) Mechanisms underlying transcellular migration of leukocytes. More background of these projects could be found in our research page.
Students who are interested in doing a rotation may contact Dr. Xiaolei Su (firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule a meeting to learn more details about the lab and project.