Undergraduates:
The Godbout Laboratory offers undergraduate research opportunities of which Ohio State University students can take advantage. In our laboratory, each graduate student generally has 1-2 undergraduate research assistants working alongside them. Undergraduate duties range from general laboratory upkeep to assisting in protocols in which each student will be trained. 

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Research Societies: 


The Godbout Laboratory is active in three international research socities including the PsychoNeuroimmunology Research Society (PNIRS), Society for Neuroscience (SfN) and National Neurotrauma Society.  These meetings allow trainees a great opportunity to present their research and network with experts in the field. Links to the home pages for  each of these societies are provided.

Graduate Programs:

The Godbout Laboratory is part of three Ph.D. graduate programs (NGP, BSP, and OSBP) and one Ph.D./M.D. program (MSTP) at the OSU Wexner Medical Center.  These programs allow prospective trainees to rotate in the laboratory. Following the rotation period, students can join the lab.  In addition to these graduate programs, we are part of the SUCCESS program. The SUCCESS program provides undergraduates an opportunity for a summer research experience at OSUMC.  There are also several undergraduate research opportunities of which OSU students can take advantage.  In the Godbout Lab, each graduate student generally has 1-2 undergraduate research assistants working with them. If you are interested in learning more about these training programs, please use the links that are provided below. 

​​Neuroscience Graduate Program (NGP)

Ohio State Biochemistry Program (OSBP)

Biomedical Sciences Program (BSP)

Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP)

SUCCESS Program


The Godbout Laboratory

460 Medical Center Dr, Columbus, OH

614-293-3475

jonathan.godbout@osumc.edu

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