Lab positions

The lab is always looking for undergraduates interested in research. Individuals participating in BIO 152 can select Dr. Anderson as a research project mentor. Additionally, directed and/or independent research positions for credit are available in the lab. Contact Dr. Anderson directly:

Dr. Anderson is a trainer for the Interdepartmental Graduate Program in Nutritional Sciences. Interested graduate students should see the IGPNS webpage for application details.

Dr. Anderson is the associate director of the Biology of Aging and Age-related Diseases T32 training grant. This grant supports both predoctoral and postdoctoral positions. More information about the training grant can be found here, including current faculty trainers. Current openings can be seen here.

Individuals interested in postdoctoral research in the Anderson lab should contact Dr. Anderson directly: