Joining the Woo Lab
The Woo lab welcomes postdoctoral fellows, graduate students, residents, medical students, undergraduates, and technicians to join the lab. Lab members will be regularly exposed to:
1) basic science techniques related to tissue culture, histology, and molecular analyses;
2) bioengineering, mechanical engineering, and materials science experience;
3) cardiac surgery and anesthesia for small and large animals; and
4) echocardiography and advanced radiology modalities (e.g. cardiac MRI).
Lab members are encouraged to attend weekly seminars relating to Frontiers in Cardiovascular Research and Heart Failure Management Conference. The skills and knowledge gained in the lab are applicable to those interested in research, medicine, engineering, or veterinary medicine.
PhD students are welcome from a variety of programs, including Bioengineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science, and Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine. Prospective graduate students are encouraged to apply to the Stanford Combined Biosciences PhD program. Students already enrolled in a Biosciences PhD program at Stanford who are interested in a rotation in the Woo lab can email Dr. Woo.
Undergraduates in the lab work closely with a postdoctoral fellow or PhD student mentor. Undergraduates should be focused on gaining important skills for future PhD, medical, or veterinary studies. Students are encouraged to participate in full-time summer research. Interested undergraduate students can email Dr. Woo for more information.
Life Science Research Professionals
Job availability for technical staff positions in the Woo lab are posted on the job portal website. Interested applicants should submit a CV, letter of interest, and three references through the job portal.