Thank you for your interest in the Kimchi lab! We are currently hiring at all levels and seek passionate and curious people to join our team. We value a diverse and inclusive environment and encourage people from underrepresented backgrounds to apply. Please read below for further information if you are interested in joining the lab.
Lab Manager / Research Technicians
We are currently hiring research staff for both our basic (animal) and clinical (human) work in our lab. If interested, please email EyalKimchiLab@gmail.com your CV (including your previous research experience), and briefly indicate your research interests and goals.
Postdoc applicants should be nearing completion or already hold a PhD in neuroscience, biology, engineering, computer science, psychology, or other related fields. Coding, quantitative and/or experimental skills are desirable, but applicants will have opportunities to be trained in these techniques. Please email EyalKimchiLab@gmail.com your CV, a one-page statement of research interests and skills, and contact information for three references.
Graduate students must be already enrolled at in a graduate program at Northwestern to join the lab as a graduate student. For example, please check out our interdepartmental neuroscience program. Applications are centralized and usually due on December 1st. If you are a current graduate student at Northwestern interested in rotating in the lab, please email EyalKimchiLab@gmail.com to set up a meeting.
Undergraduate students may have the opportunity to work with our lab either in-person or remotely. If interested, please email EyalKimchiLab@gmail.com your CV/resume, including coursework and research experience (if any), and specifics about the amount of time you are able to commit (hours, days of the week, school year and/or summer). Please be aware that we are located on the Chicago campus. Post-bac students may also inquire about the possibility of working in our lab.
Northwestern offers research grants and summer programs that may be of interest to undergraduates seeking research experience:
Academic Year Research Grants (AYURG) (for all current Northwestern University undergraduates)
Summer Undergraduate Research Grants (SURG) (for all current/returning Northwestern University undergraduates)
Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP) (for sophomores and juniors from colleges and universities across the United States)