Internship and Fellowship Opportunities
Undergraduate students interested in joining the laboratory should contact Dr. Nikki Posnack. Students should provide a resume, brief cover letter describing their interest in our laboratory and relevant experience, number of hours available, and intended mechanism for working in the laboratory (volunteer, academic credit, funding fellowship). Positions are limited to openings under the guidance of fellows within the laboratory. Students should have a minimum of 12-20 hours per week available for laboratory research.
Graduate Students should contact Dr. Nikki Posnack to discuss research experience, interests and fit. Graduate students generally rotate through the laboratory first through the George Washington University Institute of Biomedical Sciences or University of Maryland Bioengineering Programs.
Research Technician: Our projects are focused on cardiovascular function, autonomic regulation, and alterations in cardiovascular health due to external influences. Our integrative cardiovascular laboratory employs cell (cardiomyocyte, human stem cell), whole heart, and in vivo radiotelemetry research models. Please contact Dr. Nikki Posnack provide a resume, brief cover letter describing your interest in our laboratory, and relevant research experience.