Tay Lab

Postdoctoral Positions

We welcome postdoctoral applicants with fellowships and/or a strong CV in neuroscience, cell and molecular biology, computational biology, or related fields. Experience in mentoring is required. Candidates with coding skills are preferred.

PhD Positions

Graduate school applications should go through any of the training programmes offered at Boston University (BU). We do not address direct inquiries to the lab. Candidates for lab rotations and research positions are only considered after they have accepted the offer from a training programme. Applicants may mention their interest in our lab in their application package and reach out to any member of the lab.

Undergraduate Research Positions

Recruitment for undergraduate students (e.g., research for credit, Honours thesis, UROP, work-study, etc.) takes place in spring and ends on June 20th. Applications are typically accepted on a rolling basis until June 10th. Volunteers are not accepted as a lab policy and for safety reasons. All Terriers may apply. The next recruitment period opens in Spring 2025.

All applicants are encouraged to submit a brief statement on diversity, equity, inclusivity and accessibility (DEIA).

Our research facility is nearly barrier-free. Our working conditions support folks with non-visible disabilities.