Undergraduates

Have you considered pursuing an independent course such as PLP490 or PLP498? This is a great way to get practical lab and report writing experience. This one semester course will involve a project tailored to your research interests and you will get to plan, run, analyze, write up and present your own research!

Throughout the year we will also have hourly paid work opportunities for undergraduate students to assist with larger research projects taking part in the Sakalidis Lab.

Please contact Dr. Sakalidis for further information.

Graduate Students

As projects are funded we will advertise open positions. Please check back regularly for updates. Dr. Sakalidis encourages prospective students to seek funding from federal, private, and governmental agencies. If you are interested in working in the Forest Pathology Lab at MSU and have an idea you would like to pursue please contact Dr. Sakalidis as early as possible and we will work together to develop your project ideas and to pursue funding opportunities.

If you are already a graduate student and would like to gain some experience in a pathology lab consider enrolling in PLP890. Similar to the undergraduate course PLP490 you will get to spend a semester working on your own project where you will plan, run, analyze, write up and present your own research!

Post-Doctoral Fellows

As projects are funded we will advertise open positions. Please check back regularly for updates. Dr. Sakalidis encourages prospective post-docs to seek funding from federal, private, and governmental agencies. If you are interested in working in the Forest Pathology Lab at MSU and have an idea you would like to pursue please contact Dr. Sakalidis as early as possible and we will work together to develop your project ideas and to pursue funding opportunities.

Visiting Scholars

We welcome international and national scholars to visit and work in the Sakalidis lab and collaborate on projects.

Please contact Dr. Sakalidis to discuss opportunities.