Graduate Research Assistants and Part-Time Undergraduate Assistants
Graduate Research Assistantships are available at CCL to support work towards a graduate degree in Environmental Sciences, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, or a related field, with focus on the effects of human activities and environmental conditions (diet; chemical, biological, and radiological contamination; etc.) on human health. Research involves development and application of mathematical/computer models for environmental and biological systems and of their multiscale interactions (from genome to organism to population), as well as work on enviroinformatics and bioinformatics methods and tools.
Part time Undergraduate Assistantships and Internships are available at CCL. Work involves providing technical support to CCL researchers. Assistants/interns are trained in the use of state-of-the-art computational tools for process modeling, and for data management and analysis.
For additional information please contact Prof. Panos Georgopoulos.