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Open Postdoctoral Positions

Faculty Sponsor Department Appointment Start Date
John Sunwoo

Our laboratory studies the interaction between tumor cells and the host immune system.

Surg: Otolaryngology Immediate
Manjula Tamura

Postdoctoral position in kidney disease decision support, faculty mentor Manjula Tamura
 

Med: Nephrology October 1 (flexible)
Manjula Tamura

Postdoctoral position in observational kidney disease research, faculty mentor Manjula Tamura
 

Med: Nephrology Oct 1, 2021 (flexible)
Natalie Torok

NIH-sponsored post-doctoral position is available to study basic mechanisms of liver fibrosis using animal models of obesity/non-alcoholic and alcoholic steatohepatitis with a special focus on agin

Med: Gastroenterology ASAP
Capucine Van Rechem

Interested in postdoctoral training? Want to think out of the box? Likes epigenetics and translation?

Apply to join our team at Stanford University!

Pathology Flexible
Leanne Williams

POSTDOCTORAL SCIENTIST IN FUNCTIONAL BRAIN IMAGING OF DEPRESSION, ANXIETY AND COGNITION
 

Psyc: Behavioral Medicine By September 2021
Joseph Wu

STANFORD CARDIOVASCULAR INSTITUTE has postdoctoral fellow positions open in the areas pertinent to: (1) genomics & epigenomics, (2) bioinformatics, and (3) cardiac iPSC biology.

Cardiovascular Med Institute July 1, 2021
yanmin yang

We are seeking two-three highly motivated Postdoctoral Fellows to join a research lab in the Department of Neurology at Stanford University School of Medicine.
 

Neurology & Neurological Sci June 1st, 2021
Bo Yu

The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Stanford University currently has an outstanding job opportunity for a full-time postdoctoral fellow or research scientist in the Division of Reproduc

Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility, Gynecology and Obstetrics ASAP
Jamie Zeitzer

The Zeitzer laboratory at Stanford University is now recruiting a post-doctoral fellow to lead a new, NIH-funded project that examines a novel, passive phototherapy to advance the circadian phase o

Psyc: Behavioral Medicine ASAP

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