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Brandeis Life Sciences

Our lab uses the model organism Escherichia coli (E.coli)to study mechanisms of DNA damage and repair, and replication. We employ an arsenal of techniques drawn from genetics, molecular biology, cellular biology and biochemistry to tackle a multitude of questions underlying these processes

We are currently accepting applications for the following positions:

Post-doctoral fellows

Ph.D. and M. S. rotation students

Undergraduate Lab Technicians

Undergraduate Researchers

For more information about our lab and these positions not provided on this web site please refer to our contact list to correspond to the Principal Investigator Dr. Susan Lovett or the Research Associate/Lab Coordinator Vincent Sutera


Three-dimensional rendered immunofluorescence image of the cell nucleoid (red) and RNA polymerase (green) in Escherichia coli. Picture taken by Hayley Moore
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Last Update 8/25/09