Are you a student interested in Undergraduate Research? Dr. Bonham’s research group is always looking for highly motivated, dedicated, and enthusiastic student researchers. Undergraduate research broadens your horizons, prepares you for a future career in science or bio-technology, and lets you “test drive” a career path.
Currently, the Bonham Research Lab is seeking students in the following areas:
Fluorimetric Assay Design
We are looking for a student with an interest in optics and bio-engineering, for the goal of designing, building, and testing an array-based fluorimetric assay and/or TIRF (total internal reflectance fluorescence) instrument.
Electrochemical Sensors for Environmental Testing and Teaching
We are looking for a student with a background in electrical engineering or electronics design, with an interest in building and optimizing hand-held electrochemical instruments for detecting environmental damage and for use in educational courses.
If you are interested in working with the Bonham Research Lab, contact Dr. Bonham and introduce your background/qualifications and availability for research work.