We are always looking to connect with others interested in investigating novel antibacterial strategies.
We value and support those from backgrounds underrepresented in biomedical research, including individuals from rural, 1st-generation college graduates, and low-income origins.
To apply, please contact Dr. Baylink at arden.baylink(at)wsu.edu and send:
1. Your CV describing your work experience, research experience, and accomplishments.
2. A cover letter describing the sort of position you seek, your research interests and goals for the future, and why you have a specific interest in joining the Baylink lab.
In the Baylink lab you will have the opportunity to apply a multidisciplinary approach to the study of infectious disease:
- Protein crystallography and Alphafold modeling
- Structure-based drug design
- Bioinformatics, evolution, phylogeny
- Bacterial chemotaxis and biofilm studies
- Fluorescence microscopy
- In vivo swine gastrointestinal infection studies
We take mentorship seriously and are committed to helping trainees advance to their next career stages through publishing peer-reviewed research, acquiring extramural funding, and completing doctoral degrees in a timely manner (4-5 years).
Immunology and Infectious Disease (IID) Doctoral Program
Prospective graduate students can learn more about our Immunology and Infectious Disease (IID) doctoral program and apply here: