We are always recruiting new team members (e.g. undergraduates, graduate students and post-docs) to tackle and solve complex problems of how the yeast cell cycle interacts with metabolic rhythms and how the fungal cell cycle was rewired by a viral protein. Depending on the project, there is a room for ambitious geneticists, molecular biologists, computational biologists, engineers, or physicists.  The ability to work with yeast or other Fungi, and prior experience with microscopy, microfluidics, or mathematical modeling is a bonus. If you are interested in our lab, please read our research publications and send Nicolas Buchler ( a CV and a thoughtful cover letter outlining your research interests and qualifications.