Research in our group is multidisciplinary and spans a wide range of scientific problems, so we recruit students with diverse backgrounds and interests. Group members are trained in multiple disciplines, including but not limited to physical chemistry, spectroscopy, lasers, molecular biology, and biophysical and bioinorganic chemistry.
We are always looking for creative, highly motivated postdoctoral candidates with a proven record of research productivity. Submit a current c.v. and statement of research interests to Brian Dyer for consideration.
Students admitted to Emory's chemistry graduate program should contact Brian Dyer about opportunities to rotate with the lab, including summer positions. All students in our lab are supported by Research Assistantships or fellowships once the first year requirement of two semesters as a Teaching Assistant is fulfilled.
Undergraduates interested in research should submit the following materials to Brian Dyer electronically:
- Current c.v.
- Transcripts (may be unofficial)
- Statement of interest specific to research in the Dyer lab
Only highly motivated and responsible students will be considered. Students must commit to at least two semesters of research and 10-15 hrs per week minimum effort.