Connect with EBRC Grad Students and Postdocs
The EBRC Student and Postdoc Association (SPA) is a group of graduate students and postdocs from around the world that are working to engineer biology. Most of us do research in systems and synthetic biology labs. The SPA hosts networking/social events, puts on workshops, runs a Slack community, and much more!

If you are a current Masters/PhD student or Postdoc doing research relevant to synthetic biology at an academic or non-profit institution, you are eligible to apply for full SPA membership and enjoy the benefits thereof, you can find the application here!

Email list (Masters/Undergrads): Sign up if you want to hear about upcoming workshops and panels, many of which are relevant for students interested in applying to Masters/PhD programs.

Slack channel (Undergrads): Sign up if you want to connect with current SPA members on Slack. Considering whether to go to industry or grad school? Questions about a school or a lab? Interested in the field in general? Want help with grad school application? Come join our friendly and welcoming community and we will give you our perspectives! 

For more information about EBRC and the SPA, visit our website.
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