Ekaterina Voronina Associate ProfessorOffice: ISB 217
By appointment; find me in the office (ISB Rm 217) or in the lab (ISB 208)
Fall 2020: Students in BIOB 301 Developmental Biology can sign up for office hours online: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Le4fxz6ZK-iqkJX3h-nA2jRJFWoC8vurjs21pyfqyYM/edit?usp=sharing
Zoom office hours meeting ID: 921 0278 0053
Graduate Student Positions
Our lab accepts graduate students through the Cell, Molecular and Microbial Biology (CMMB) program in the Division of Biological Sciences (DBS) and the Biochemistry and Biophysics program in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.
If you are interested in either program, visit the Graduate School website for the application procedures.
Note: currently not recruiting graduate students.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
We welcome undergraduate students majoring in biological sciences interested in studying molecular regulation of development. Please inquire with Dr. Voronina about availability of positions.
Contact Ekaterina Voronina by email if you are interested in joining the lab and/or have questions.
Jenessa Olson, undergraduate researcher and research assistant, UM 2013-2016
Jessica Bailey, summer researcher, UM 2014, 2015
Christie Ataides-Pereira, undergraduate researcher, UM 2015
Sara Feilzer, undergraduate researcher, UM 2014-2015
Lance Watson, undergraduate researcher, UM 2013-2014
Mariah Maley, undergraduate researcher, UM, 2013
Eliot Leathe, summer undergraduate researcher, UM, 2013
Elle Johnson, high school intern, Big Sky High School, 2012-2013