Currently we do not have openings.
Students who have been admitted to a PhD program at Cornell University and are considering the opportunity of pursuing a PhD in our group should directly contact Moonsoo Jin. Students who have NOT been admitted and are in the process of application to a PhD program at Cornell should wait for the school’s decision on your admittance. Please do not contact with inquires of PhD opportunities without being admitted to the PhD program. Application materials will be available upon request from Belinda Floyd in Biomedical Engineering Department.
Interested Master students should first refer to the list of research projects available from Belinda Floyd in Biomedical Engineering Department. The first step to joining our group is attending our weekly group meeting. Please check out the meeting schedule in our calendar (click the category and select meeting) (http://jin-lab.org/calendar/). The next step is presenting a potential research project to the advisor (a 1-page written plan is required at the time of meeting). Those who are likely to benefit most will be given an opportunity to work in the lab. Or you will be recommended to other places, where you will be most successful. Note that at the end of the first semester, your progress will be evaluated to determine whether it will be of your best interest to continue to work in our group in the next semester.
At the moment no positions are open for undergraduate students. Please disregard the information below!!! Interested undergraduate students are strongly encouraged to attend our weekly group meeting, which is open to any students. Please check out the meeting schedule in our calendar (click the category and select meeting) (http://jin-lab.org/calendar/). Students are then required to select potential projects of their interest and research project mentors chosen from graduate students and postdocs. Once completing these steps, students present their research proposal to the advisor, who will decide 1) whether you will be a good fit to the group and 2) the proposal would be worth pursuing. Note that during the first two semesters students can work only for the credit, after which students may be eligible for work for pay.