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Posted December 20, 2022

Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Chicago

The Schwörer Lab at the University of Chicago is looking for a Postdoctoral Fellow to study the metabolic control of extracellular matrix synthesis in cancer.  he lab combines mouse models and novel culture systems with metabolic flux analysis to investigate how nutrient availability and utilization dictates matrix synthesis by cancer-associated fibroblasts, and how this relates to tumor progression and therapy resistance. We are looking for a creative, highly motivated, and enthusiastic doctoral student or recent graduate, ideally you have a background in cancer biology or the extracellular matrix, and experience in mouse models of cancer or cell and molecular biology. The Postdoc will have the opportunity to train in cellular metabolism and receive mentoring and support for their own career development. Click here for more information.

 

Posted November 18, 2022

Group Leader in Tissue Biology, Kennedy Institute, University of Oxford

New faculty member sought to play a vital role in developing the Tissue Biology Platform in Oxford by bringing expertise in areas such as the extracellular matrix, tissue niche, stem cell biology, in vitro human organoids and proteomics. Tissues of interest might include, but are not restricted to, bone, cartilage, synovium, endothelium and epithelium. There is a strong translational ethos at the Institute with an emphasis on inflammatory, mechano-inflammatory and fibrotic diseases.  This is a senior position that would be suited to an established scientist wishing to pursue a pure academic track.

https://my.corehr.com/pls/uoxrecruit/erq_jobspec_details_form.jobspec?p_id=161589 

 

Group Leader (Innovation Investigator Track) in Tissue Biology, Kennedy Institute, University of Oxford

New faculty member sought to play a vital role in developing the Tissue Biology Platform in Oxford by bringing expertise in areas such as the extracellular matrix, tissue niche, stem cell biology, in vitro human organoids and proteomics. Tissues of interest might include, but are not restricted to, bone, cartilage, synovium, endothelium and epithelium. There is a strong translational ethos at the Institute with an emphasis on inflammatory, mechano-inflammatory and fibrotic diseases.  This position would be suited to a junior researcher where there would be an expectation that 50% of their time was used to help support collaborative activities across the Institute (this could include technology-based expertise).

https://my.corehr.com/pls/uoxrecruit/erq_jobspec_details_form.jobspec?p_id=161272

 

Post Doctoral Researcher in Mass Spectrometry, Kennedy Institute, University of Oxford

We are seeking a highly motivated and proactive Postdoctoral Research Associate specializing in proteomics to take on dedicated biomedical research projects that require advanced proteomics and mass spectrometry applications. You will be based at the Kennedy Institute at the University of Oxford and the successful candidate will serve as the principal point of contact for proteomic work across the Kennedy, as well as driving novel in house method development working closely with the Discovery Proteomics Facility Team at the Oxford Target Discovery Institute.

https://my.corehr.com/pls/uoxrecruit/erq_jobspec_details_form.jobspec?p_id=161697

 

Posted November 16, 2022

Division Chief, Department of Pediatrics at McGovern Medical School University of Texas Health Sciences Center

The Department of Pediatrics at McGovern Medical School University of Texas Health Sciences Center, located in the Texas Medical Center (TMC).  We are inviting applications for the following position: Division Chief at the Associate or Professor level tenure track.  Qualified applicants should have evidence of leadership skills and an active research program focusing on intrinsic defects of bone and/or cartilage using mouse and/or zebrafish models. These research interests will complement and allow collaborations with those already established in the department including craniofacial malformations, craniosynostosis, kidney and cardiovascular malformations and disorders resulting from abnormal cartilage and bone growth.  The Department of Pediatrics is a primary member organization of the Bone Disease Program of Texas and the Center for Craniofacial Research (with the School of Dentistry) and has many exciting collaborations with TMC investigators.

This position is highly competitive with regard to salary, start-up funds and laboratory space. Applicants must have one of the following degrees: PhD, MD or MD/PhD or equivalent degrees. The ideal candidates should have a record of research accomplishments and have extramural grants and current research funding. Successful candidates will be expected to maintain or develop and sustain research programs with extramural funding, play an integral role in new program initiatives and contribute to the teaching mission of the department and the school. For more information and how to apply, click here.

 


 

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