The Hudson laboratory is hiring at all levels, including research technicians, postdoctoral fellows, and staff scientist positions. We are also currently accepting graduate students. To apply or inquire, please contact us or see our job postings below.
The Hudson lab strives to be a great place to work and to learn by combining cutting-edge immunology research with an environment conducive to professional and scientific growth. We believe the purpose of a biomedical research laboratory is not only to generate knowledge and improve human health but also to train the next generation of scientists. Mentoring is woven into all the research we do, and we strive for all lab members – trainees or not – to develop skills important for their career success, including laboratory research methods, scientific writing, data analysis, and more. Previous undergraduate mentees have gone on to attend MD/PhD programs or do Fulbright Scholarship research after their research here. We particularly welcome applicants who are interested in diversifying their scientific skillset to include immunology or bioinformatics techniques.
Our current posted job openings:
Visit our research and publications pages to learn more about the ongoing projects in the laboratory:
The Hudson lab is part of Baylor College of Medicine (BCM). BCM is located in the Texas Medical Center, the largest medical complex in the world. The graduate and medical programs at BCM are consistently ranked among the top in the United States. We are a member of BCM’s Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, which ranked sixth for NIH funding among similar departments in 2021.