The Wide-Field Functional Imaging Laboratory is seeking outstanding candidates from multiple undergraduate student researchers to help conduct clinical and translational research using the optical imaging instruments developed by our lab. We have active projects in port-wine stain imaging, reconstructive flap imaging, skin cancer imaging, and burn wound imaging.
Development of preclinical studies and operation of optical imaging instruments to acquire quantitative images of tissue structure and metabolism.
Major in Biological Science or Biomedical Engineering. Minimum 10 hours of availability per week and minimum commitment of 1 year. Second or third year students with MATLAB experience are preferred.
HOW YOU WILL BE EVALUATED:
You will be rated based on your qualifications for this position as evidenced by the education, experience and training you report relative to this position which shows that you possess the knowledge, skills and abilities required. Willingness to learn and ability to work independently is necessary.
If you’re a motivated student/person interested in the research here, feel free to email one of the PI’s:
Anthony Durkin, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Beckman Laser Institute
Bernard Choi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering