Kerppola Lab Graduate Student / Thesis Research

We welcome UM graduate students to undertake research rotations in the laboratory with the goals to learn about our laboratory and our research and to explore the possibility of pursuing a thesis research as part of an M.S. or a Ph.D. training program.  We participate in many departmentally based and interdepartmental graduate training programs and we will develop your research project based on the mutual interests of you, the Kerppola lab and your training program.  Examples of research areas with opportunities to develop rotation and thesis projects in the Kerppola lab include:

Prospective graduate students who are interested in applying for admission to an M.S. or Ph.D. training program with the possibility of pursuing thesis research in our laboratory are encouraged to submit an application through the Program in Biomedical Sciences Ph.D. Program, the Program in Chemical Biology Ph.D. Program, the M.S. in Biochemistry Program or the M.S. in Cancer Chemical Biology Program.