Current Research Opportunities
Our principal investigators are often accepting undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral fellowsto do mentored independent research in their laboratories.
If interested, please contact us at [email protected] for advice and assistance in identifying a research opportunity that works best for you.
Words From Our Students
Jenny Chen, M.D. - Internal Medicine Intern, UCLA
"With ample resources including expert statistical support and a wealth of mentorship, I was able to grow as a researcher and develop an interest in better understanding cardiopulmonary pathophysiology and advancing the treatment of heart disease. I had the opportunity to present our work at a national American Heart Association conference and publish two first-author papers. Working with Dr. Everett has inspired me to pursue a career in cardiology as a clinician-researcher-educator in the future."
Caroline Daly - JHU Class of 2024
"The learning and feedback I received helped me to improve my writing, critical thinking, and statistical analysis. The foundation I built in the Everett lab has empowered me to excel as a researcher within the field of ophthalmology as I prepare to apply to residency."
Sharon Lee, JHU Class of 2022 – Medical Student, University of Pennsylvania
"As a career changer joining Dr. Gottlieb Sen’s lab, I had the unique opportunity to observe pediatric congenital heart surgical cases that viscerally provided context behind developing technologies to improve surgical outcomes for this patient population. It was exciting to gain a firsthand experience into the development of innovative wearable prototypes and to dive deeper into the technologies underlying conventional and novel vital sign monitoring devices."
Taylor Holt - JHU Class of 2021
"To say that I am grateful to have had the opportunity to learn from Dr. Gottlieb Sen over the course of my graduate curriculum is an understatement. Our team found her passion for helping patients with congenital heart defects to be truly contagious and her innovative mindset inspiring. I cannot imagine my CBID experience without her mentorship."
Barbara Dietrick - JHU Class of 2021
"Everyone in the Everett Lab welcomed me into the group, including in lab meetings, experiments, and group celebrations. I learned the logistical skills involved with clinical samples, as Dr. Everett advised me with IRB approval necessary for an international, multi-center study. Moreover, his mentorship and encouragement led me to my career path as a pediatric resident pursuing subspecialty care with a focus in research."