Our group is looking for highly motivated scientists with a desire to develop and apply computational models to address animal health, human food safety, toxicology and risk assessment issues.
Please contact Dr. Lin by email and provide a resume and a brief description of your major, research experience, interests, and long-term goals. Please also provide the days and times that you will be able to devote to the lab. In general, we prefer 2nd-3rd year students who can devote at least 3 days a week, 3 continuous hours per day.
One PhD student opening may be available soon. Ideally, we are looking for candidates with a bachelor or masters degree in Biology, Animal Science, Environmental Health, Public Health, Biostatistics, or related disciplines with significant research experience and a desire to pursue further training in computational modeling. For interested candidates, please contact Dr. Lin and provide a CV and a letter of interest.
Dr. Lin is available to serve as Major Professor, Co-Major Professor, Advisor, PhD Dissertation Committee Member, MS Thesis Committee Member, and MPH Supervisory Committee Member. Please contact Dr. Lin to set up a meeting about availability to serve during current academic period.
Dr. Lin is affiliated with the following graduate programs:
- PhD in Physiology
- MS in Veterinary Biomedical Sciences
- MS or PhD in Statistics
- Master of Public Health
Currently we do not have postdoc openings. However, feel free to contact Dr. Lin if you are interested in our research. A new postdoc position may open up in the future.
We welcome visiting students/scholars to work with us and co-publish our collaborative work. We are regretful that we do not have funds to pay for any living expenses and other associated costs. Typically, we provide support letters to help apply for funds. We have successfully hosted a few visiting students/scholars in the past. Please feel free to contact Dr. Lin if you are interested in joining us.