Teaching

Undergraduate Students

Our lab is focused on developing advanced imaging methods to better understand beta-cell biology in type 1 diabetes in conjuction with gene and protein studies. Projects cover single cell biology to quantitative image analysis and RNAseq and utilize human biospecimens, cell culture, and animal models. We are seeking highly motivated and creative graduates and undergraduates with a keen interest in diabetes or neurosciences. This research may be undertaken for independent studies credit through your college. If you are interested, please email Dr. Martha Campbell-Thompson (mct@ufl.edu) and attach your resume and a one-page statement describing why you would like to join the Campbell-Thompson lab.

Courses:

BMS4905

Independent studies

Qualifications:

  • Background in biomedical sciences, neurosciences, physiology, computer sciences, or related disciplines.
  • Exceptional students from other backgrounds will be considered.
  • Minimum of 15 hours per week.
  • Minimum one year availability.