My mentoring style is pretty open. I rarely plug students into one of my existing projects. Rather, I invite you to look through my publications and see what interests you. Email me and let me know if you have a project in mind, and we will go from there. It is important to me that you have your own research interests and that I facilitate your development as a scientist. That also means that you have to take ownership and initiative. Students typically work at least three hours a week in the lab at a scheduled time, and they participate in lab meetings, which will be biweekly starting in Spring 2017.