The Bonni lab is a melting pot of passionate investigators with distinct scientific backgrounds. We employ a multidisciplinary approach using tools from biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, imaging, electrophysiology, and behavioral neuroscience to the study of cerebellar circuit assembly and function and deregulation of cerebellar circuitry in autism spectrum disorders. We are interested in recruiting graduate students and postdoctoral fellows with a strong background in any area of biology.
MD/PhD and PhD Graduate Students
The Bonni lab is affiliated with the MD/PhD program and DBBS (Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences) PhD graduate programs at Washington University in St Louis. Students interested in a rotation in the Bonni lab should send a cover letter, copy of their resume and unofficial transcripts to Dr. Azad Bonni.
The Bonni lab is interested in recruiting postdoctoral fellows with a strong background in any area of biology. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and CV to Dr. Azad Bonni.
The Bonni lab welcomes applications from physician-scientist fellows at Washington University School of Medicine for training in fundamental science. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and CV to Dr. Azad Bonni.