All researchers, whether undergraduate or graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, lab staff, and the principle investigator, play an important role in the scientific process in the lab. Everyone makes a contribution to a vibrant, creative, and productive environment.
Undergraduate students interested in joining the lab should contact Dr. Frese for more information. Students from underrepresented groups (e.g. Black, Latinx, LGBT, First-gen students), and especially those interested in food science, nutrition, and the gut microbiome, are encouraged to contact Dr. Frese about joining the lab.
Dr. Frese is also a member of the Environmental Sciences Interdisciplinary Graduate program, the Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology, as well as the Cell and Molecular Biology Interdisciplinary Graduate program. Interested MS/Ph.D. graduate students in that program can contact him for more information.
Starting Jan 2022, there is a funded PhD position related to food science in the lab under the Environmental Sciences, CMPP, or CMB programs. Please reach out to Dr. Frese for more details.
Maintaining a professional and harassment-free workplace is essential for everyone. Science is no place for discriminatory comments or behavior.