Thank you for your interest in the CoDE lab (Dr. Pennings' lab) and the Rohlfs lab (Dr. Rohlfs' lab) through the PINC summer program! Our labs are actually research groups, but traditionally, research groups in biology are called labs.
We do research on different topics related to genetics, evolution and HIV. There are undergraduate and graduate students in our labs who do research projects by themselves or in teams. Most of this work is on a voluntary basis. Sometimes it is possible to get SFSU credits for doing research.
If you are unsure whether you can afford to do this because you need to work, please apply anyways, and we'll try to find a way to support you!
If you are interested to be part of a lab for the summer or the academic year, please let us know by filling out this form.