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Research Updates

See what our lab is doing! We will use this page to post updates on new findings, conference attendance, new projects, and much more!

NIAAA T32 Training Grant

Miriam Miller

We are happy to announce that our post-doc Chelsea Kasten and grad student Eleanor Holmgren have been put on the NIAAA T32 Training Grant to pursue opportunities in alcohol research! Yay!

We Are Hiring!

Miriam Miller

Hello science friends!

The Wills Lab is looking for a post-doctoral fellow to join our lab. Please check out our website to see if we'd be a good place for you to continue your scientific journey! If you are interested in applying, here is the link to the application.

As always, we are here to answer any and all of your questions!

Word of the week is NEW!

Miriam Miller

Hello everyone!

A lot has happened in the Wills Lab since we last updated you all!

First off, Dr. Wills has published a new paper in which she is last author! The work published in this paper includes the collaborative efforts of scientists here at LSUHSC as well as others at Duke and Vanderbilt. Click here to read the paper. A full, free version is available for your enjoyment. Congrats, Dr. Wills!

We also hired a new Research Associate, Nathan Sharfman! He is from Memphis, TN and majored in neuroscience at Rhodes College, in Memphis. He also recently completed his masters in Neuroscience at Tulane University, here in NOLA (Congrats!). We are excited to have him in the lab and he is already learning the ins and outs of hanging out with the mice.

More updates to come very soon about other additions we have made. It's going to be a busy summer here in the Wills Lab!

We are hiring!!

Miriam Miller

Hello everyone!

Sorry for the lack of posts recently, but don't worry, there is a lot going on behind the scenes. Exciting things are happening in the lab that we can't wait to share with you all when the time comes.

We are excited to announce, though,  that we are looking to hire another full-time research associate! With the lab up and running smoothly, it is time to expand the family. If you are interested in a full time position in the Wills Lab, please click here to see the job posting for more information about the job and how to apply.

Additionally, feel free to contact us if you are interested in joining us as a graduate student or pot-doc.

More updates to come and let us know if you have any questions!

Talk soon,

Dr. Tiffany and Co.