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Open Postdoctoral position, faculty mentor Lance Prince

Important Info

Faculty Sponsor (Last, First Name): 
Prince, Lance
Stanford Departments and Centers: 
Ped: Neonatal & Develop Med
Postdoc Appointment Term: 
One year, with option to extend by mutual arrangement Appointment Start Date: September 1, 2021 (negotiable) Applications received before July 16, 2021 will be given priority, but applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Anticipated start date is summer 2021 but is flexible.
Appointment Start Date: 
September 1, 2021 (negotiable)
How to Submit Application Materials: 

Please email materials to Ms. Emily Codling, codlinge@stanford.edu

We are seeking an individual for a postdoctoral fellowship studying the molecular mechanisms of lung diseases. Ideal candidates will have doctoral level training and experience in immunology, cellular and molecular biology, developmental biology, or a related field.  Dr. Lawrence (Lance) Prince, the Principal Investigator, is a physician-scientist and chief of Neonatal and Developmental Medicine at the Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. 
 
The Prince laboratory seeks to understand the molecular and cellular basis of pediatric lung diseases using transgenic mouse models, modern transcriptional profiling, single cell technologies, live cell and tissue imaging, and bioinformatic analyses.  This postdoctoral research opportunity will be focused on the developing lung immune system and host-pathogen interactions.  There will be opportunities to collaborate with a variety of scientists, biostatisticians, and clinicians at Stanford University as well as other institutions. 

Required Qualifications: 
  • Candidates must have a PhD or MD/PhD with expertise in immunology, cellular, molecular, or developmental biology, and past experience using animal models of disease.
  • Priority will be given to candidates with prior training in pulmonary biology, immunity and inflammation, or expertise in computational biology including single cell transcriptomics.
  • The ideal candidate will demonstrate scientific imagination, intellectual creativity, experimental rigor, and a history of working well in teams.
  • Excellent proficiency in scientific writing and communication is required.
  • Applicants need not have completed their doctoral training prior to applying, although training must be completed prior to the start of the fellowship.
Required Application Materials: 

1) Curriculum vitae
2) a cover letter describing experience and research interests to be pursued during training
3) one lead-author published or unpublished manuscript
4) names of two references

 

Stanford is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.