We seek motivated students and postdocs with an interest in nuclear magnetic resonance, biophysics, biochemistry, protein folding, genetics and human disease. We welcome those with backgrounds in physics, engineering, chemistry and cell biology.

We strive to create a diverse and civilized working environment where lab members operate with a generous spirit, discuss their newest findings and share ideas and expertise. These characteristics, along with a desire to tackle big problems are among the key factors in determining whether to accept someone into the lab.

The Frederick lab is hiring a Research Assistant.  Do you have a Bachelor’s degree in the sciences and an interest in Biophysics?  Are you interested in supporting and contributing to ongoing research projects and able to take care of lab jobs like ordering and scheduling?  Check out the job description and apply.  Please let us know what makes you excited about potentially joining us and feel free to contact Kendra with questions.

Interested post-doctoral candidates should contact Kendra directly. Please send a cover letter and your CV and arrange to have three letters of reference sent on your behalf. (e-mail is preferred)

Graduate Students generally enter the lab though UT Southwestern’s Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences or the MD/PhD granting Medical Scientist Training Program. If you apply and are selected for a campus visit, please let us know if you are particularly interested in our work. We would be happy to try and coordinate your visit with Kendra’s schedule. If you are a current UTSouthwestern student interested in rotating, please email Kendra.

Undergraduate and High School students are primarily accepted into the laboratory though the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship and the STARS Summer Research Program at UT Southwestern, though we are happy to host undergraduates through undergraduate research programs based at their home institutions.  Interested students should contact Kendra with a CV and summary of research interests in advance of the application deadlines for their targeted program which are typically in January or February.