Lindsay Burrage Lab

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About the Lab

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The Burrage Laboratory is interested in the genetic and biochemical basis for rare diseases. We combine laboratory-based approaches and clinical/translational studies to investigate rare diseases with a particular focus on inborn errors of metabolism, such as urea cycle disorders. Our long-term goal is to gain greater understanding of the long-term complications of these disorders so that we can optimize management strategies for our patients.

Simultaneously, we use these rare disorders as models for understanding basic biological processes that impact more common diseases.  In addition, the laboratory participates in large collaborative studies of rare diseases such as the Baylor College of Medicine Undiagnosed Diseases Network and Baylor College of Medicine Center for Precision Medicine Models.

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Lab Opportunities

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If you are a student in a BCM graduate program and are interested in a rotation in the Burrage laboratory, please contact Dr. Burrage (burrage@bcm.edu). Otherwise, you must first apply directly to one of the BCM graduate programs.

The Burrage Lab currently has an open position for a postdoctoral associate. Interested prospective postdoctoral trainees should apply through the the job posting on the BCM jobs website

Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer.