The laboratory of Dr. B. Franklin Pugh, Professor of Molecular Biology and Genetics, is seeking a laboratory technician to conduct molecular biology experiments. The Pugh lab is located in a newly built laboratory in the Biotechnology Building. The lab conducts state-of-the-art research in molecular biology and computational biology, with emphasis in eukaryotic gene regulation, transcription, epigenetics, epigenomics, tumor diagnostics, and high-throughput computer-aided analytic workflows.

We are looking for undergraduates, graduate students, technicians, and postdocs who are excited and motivated to push the frontiers of gene regulation research. Please inquire with Dr. Pugh.


We are recruiting postdocs with wet-bench or computational backgrounds that have experience generating or working with genomic data.

Graduate Students

We are recruiting graduate students with wet-bench and computational backgrounds from the following graduate fields:

Undergraduate Students

We have worked with undergraduates from a variety of backgrounds ranging from design to computer science to molecular biology. The projects have included UX design and application building for our tool development.

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