110 Roger Adams Lab, 600 S Mathews Ave, Urbana, IL 61801, USA
+1 217 244 7112
Our facilities are located in the heart of the University of Illinois campus, with Harley Group North residing in Roger Adams Laboratory (RAL) and Harley Group South residing in the Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology (IGB).
Harley Group (North)
Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
193 Roger Adams Lab, MC-712
600 S. Mathews Avenue
Urbana, IL 61801 USA
Harley Group (South)
Carl R. Woese Institute for Genomic Biology
2200 South IGB, MC-195
1206 West Gregory Drive
Urbana, IL 61801 USA
The Harley Lab is always looking for new members to join our team, whether you are an undergraduate looking to explore research for the first time, a potential graduate student exploring lab options, or a postdoc!
Undergraduates interested in joining the lab should fill out this form, and be aware of our recruitment periods:
- May 1st-14th: for undergraduates looking to join the lab in the upcoming fall semester
- December 1st-14th: for undergraduates looking to join the lab in the upcoming spring semester
First year graduate students in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering who are in the process of selecting a lab should complete the following steps:
- Explore the different subgroups in our lab through the ‘Research’ page of our website and decide which projects you would be most interested in working on.
- Email a current graduate student(s) working on a project of interest to you to schedule time to meet and discuss, as well as schedule a facilities tour.
- Attend a group meeting (date/time vary from semester-to-semester) – this is information any graduate student in our lab will be able to share with you.
- Reach out to Dr. Harley to share your interest in joining our lab and to let him know you are in the process of completing steps 2 and 3 and which subgroups you are most interested in.
Graduate students in other majors, postdocs, and research staff interested in joining the lab should reach out to Dr. Harley via email directly as recruitment periods and processes differ.