Application materials should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications will be considered until the position is filled.
A postdoctoral position to study newly identified endothelial stem cells and their responses in immune and tumor angiogenesis as part of a multidisciplinary and highly interactive team.
Responsibilities: The successful candidate will apply in vivo (mouse models, genetic fate mapping, conditional mutants), in vitro (cell culture), and molecular (scRNAseq, mass cytometry) approaches to study tissue resident endothelial cell stem cells and their differentiation and specialization in immune and tumor angiogenesis.
- Ph.D. in Vascular Biology or Cell and Molecular Biology, or related field
- Applicants with experience in in vitroendothelial cell culture and/or in vivomouse vascular/angiogenesis models; confocal microscopy and image analysis; or high dimensional cell profiling by cytometry or transcriptomics are encouraged to apply.
Applicant should show evidence of:
- Strong motivation and a passion for scientific discovery
- Positive attitude
- Experience in imaging/microscopy in animal models
- Knowledge of Vascular Biology and Cellular Biology
- Ability to work both independently and as part of a team
- Effective communication skills (written and verbal)
- Ability to innovate to solve problems and implement new techniques
- Interest in integrating and applying informatic approaches would be helpful
- Candidates with a strong record of productivity and publication will be strongly preferred.
- “Research Statement” describing your interests and experience and how these align with those of our group (up to one page). This can be incorporated into a cover letter.
- CV, including a publication list with a brief (1-2 sentence) description of your contributions to published work
- Names and contact information for references