The Weber laboratory is currently seeking highly skilled graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to conduct cutting-edge research on Chlamydia trachomatis or Orientia tsutsugamushi.


Potential postdoctoral scholars should send their CV containing contact information for 3 references and a cover letter indicating their specific interests to Dr. Weber.

Graduate Students

Currently admitted graduate students should contact Dr. Weber to discuss a rotation. For prospective graduate students, graduate training is available in the Weber lab through the Biomedical Science Program (BSP) in the College of Medicine. Please visit their website for detailed information about our program and the application process.


Students with an interest in microbiology, cell biology, or bacterial genetics are encouraged to ask about working in the laboratory for an honors thesis. Additional opportunities are available through the Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) in Microbiology.