Individuals interested in applying for postdoctoral positions in the laboratory should contact Dr. Hematti directly via email at email@example.com.
The Hematti Lab is open to residents interested in research rotations during their Internal Medicine residency. Those with interest in conducting significant research in their future careers may want to consider the Research Pathway.
There are opportunities available for Hematology/Oncology Fellows to conduct laboratory research. Contact Dr. Hematti at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Hematti is also involved in education and mentoring in the Medical Scientist Training Program.
Medical students may participate in research via the Shapiro Summer Research Program between the M1 and M2 years and various other research opportunities. There is also the Medical Student Research Honors Program and research electives available in the M3 and M4 years.
Undergraduate students interested in independent study research projects in the Hematti Lab should contact Dr. Hematti at email@example.com.
Previous students in the lab have taken advantage of numerous opportunities for undergraduate research on campus, including mentored research in the Undergraduate Research Scholars (URS) Program, Biology 152, and the L&S Senior Honors Thesis Program. Some of our undergraduate students have presented their research at the Undergraduate Research Symposium.