Development of nucleic acid vectors for transfection characterization
Investigation of RNA modifications in the nervous system
The Meyer lab (PI: Kate Meyer) in the Department of Biochemistry is looking for a highly motivated undergraduate research assistant seeking exp
Investigating temperature impacts on snapping shrimp claw kinematics
Cancer Research Consortium - Research Communications Assistant
Research Assistant -Cancer Biology
Research Assistant - Biomedical Engineering
Biofilm Flow Cell Culturing/Characterization Using Confocal Microscopy
We are seeking an undergraduate (preferably years 2 or 3) to work on our lab’s, “Nanoparticle Interactions with Biofilms,” project doing exploratory experimental studies on cultur
Creating the Fisheries Consortium of Eastern North Carolina
Social and Ecological Outcomes in Fisheries Conservation Research
Local political decision making in response to climate risk
This assistantship supports research on the political drivers of local decision making in response to climate risk.
Characterizing the antimicrobial effects of bacterial vesicles
To find new antibiotic strategies, we can harness the ability of bacteria that are able to dominate over microbial competitors in their natural environments.
Simulations of high-power artificial DNA nanomotors
The design of synthetic molecular nanomotors is one of the most important goals in the field of nanotechnology. Why are nanoscale motors so important?
Brain tumors, genetically engineered mouse models, and radiation
The goal of the Reitman Lab is to make discoveries that guide the design of improved treatment strategies for children and adults with brain tumors. The Reitman Lab is based in the Department of Ra
Ultrafast plants? Biomechanics of seed shooting in the witch hazel
Plants are often viewed as immobile since they move at speeds too slow or too fast for us to detect without the proper technology. However, when visualized, plant motions can be incredible.
Assist with Survey on Graduate Fieldwork Experiences
We're aiming to better understand the fieldwork experiences of graduate students in the natural sciences through a qualitative survey.
Muscle imaging in arthropods
We are looking for a student to learn how to preserve tissue and image the components of muscle using the materials center at Duke. The student will learn from the ground up how to produce professi
Informatic identification of malaria parasite haplotypes
Phenology of river ice: Field camera image analysis
Decoding the human endogenous viruses for cancer immunotherapy
More than 99% of biomedical researchers study only around 2% of the human genome, occupied by regular genes.
Determining impact of metal availability on susceptibility of Candida
The Franz lab has an opening for an undergraduate student to participate in an
experiment-driven project investigating how metal availability influences antifungal drug
Cell cycle alterations in Parkinson's disease pathogenesis
The Sanders laboratory in the Department of Neurology is looking for an undergraduate student to assist in a research project studying how alterations in the DNA damage response might lead to an ac
Novel treatment for normal tissue injury from radiation therapy
Radiation therapy is used to treat more than 50% of cancer patients, but it may cause normal tissue toxicity that significantly impacts the quality of life of
Transgenic zebrafish development to probe microbial control of genes
The Rawls lab studies how intestinal microbiota regulate gene transcription.
Psychiatric Neuroengineering: Investigating Bipolar Disorder Circuitry
Cellular Imaging and Analysis for Depression and Anxiety
I study glia-neuron interactions in the context of stress, anxiety, and depression.
Engineering encapsulated microbes for multi-sensing and actuation
This project aims to develop a multi-sensing and actuating platform using hydrogel-encapsulated engineered microbes.
Ferrotposis and tumor metastasis
Discovery of a new mechanism of tumor metastasis that may benefit many patients with cancer. You will work with a group of scientists and Dr. Chi on a regular basis to pursue the research efforts.
Functional anatomy of primate teeth: Studying diet in 3D!
Why care about the shape of primate teeth?
Research Assistant - Muscle Biology/ Feeding Evolution/ Biomechanics
Mechanisms of Cognitive Dysfunction following Surgery
Our clinical-translational research group employs a wide range of techniques to understand why cognitive problems such as postoperative delirium and postoperative cognitive dysfunction occur freque
All optical decoding of whole brain neural circuitry in zebrafish
The Naumann lab in the Department of Neurobiology at Duke University uses cutting-edge behavioral analysis and imaging technologies to study behavior and brain-scale neural circuit func
Dendrimer-lipid conjugates for tissue engineering
This research project focuses on the design and synthesis of amphiphilic polymers for applications in tissue engineering.
Electronic hardware development for magnetogenetic neurostimulation
The project will develop a power system for driving electromagnetic coils to generate magnetic field waveforms with a wide range of frequency and amplitude.
Amboseli Baboon Research Data Entry
The Amboseli Baboon Research Project is one of the longest-running studies of wild primates in the world.
Effects of droughts on the carbon balance of wetland ecosystem
Wetlands play a crucial role in the earth carbon cycle.
Impacts of hurricanes on coastal wetland ecosystems over SE US
The goal of this project is to study direct and indirect impacts of hurricanes on coastal wetland ecosystems over the southeast US. To achieve this research goal, the
Field Assistant for an Evolutionary Ecology Study
Participate in a field evolutionary ecology study which aims to identify the environmental conditions that favor different germination time genotypes using a weedy plant and genetic model, Arab
Phytotron Assistant for a Plant Dispersal Experiment
Participate in a phytotron experiment aimed at identifying phenotypes and genotypes associated with spatial dispersal in Arabidopsis thaliana. The Donohue lab is participating in a global
Plant Growth Assistant
Help grow, collect leaf tissue for genotyping, and harvest seeds from Arabidopsis thaliana as part of an evolutionary ecology study which aims to identify the environmental conditions that
Project Title: Investigation of novel quiet TMS technology
React Programming for a Renewable Energy Tech Startup
Get in on the ground floor of an exciting new startup in the renewable energy space.
Collaborative Edge-Fog-Cloud Intelligence in the Healthcare IoT
The Smart and Connected Health (SCH) revolution is characterized by the convergence of technologies — from edge computing to cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Internet of Things (I
GAN-based Personalized Federated Learning for Wearable IoT
GAN-based Personalized Federated Learning for Wearable Internet of Things (WIoT)
The Role of Domain Adaptation in AI-driven IoT Healthcare
There is a high possibility that inputs at test time differ significantly from the training data due to a la
Microbial community dynamics with explicit spatial structure
In this project, we explore the effect of spatial structure on the ecology and evolution of microbial communities.
Cholesterol Biosynthesis, Inflammation and Metabolic Diseases
The Wang laboratory studies how a peculiar protein post-translational modification, namely protein geranylgeranylation, regulates immune cell function.
Chemical Doping of 2D Field-Effect Transistors
The family of transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs) has been immensely explored as the channel material of transistors due to its prominent electrical property.
Synthetic Biology for Gene Regulation
The goal of the research is to design genetic components to regulate gene circuit in living cells. This project will cover the fundamentals of molecular biology and synthetic biology.