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Posted July 29, 2022

Openings at all levels in the Naba lab at the University of Illinois at Chicago

The Naba lab at the University of Illinois at Chicago studies the role of the extracellular matrix (ECM) in development, health, and disease, with a particular focus on cancer. To do so, we utilize classical molecular, cellular, and developmental biology approaches in combination with cutting-edge proteomics and computational analyses. Our goal is to better understand how the ECM contributes to diseases so that we can exploit it to develop novel diagnostic and therapeutic strategies.

The Naba lab is a highly collaborative and dynamic group that strives for scientific excellence and offers a stimulating and inclusive working environment conducive to learning and professional development. 

The Naba lab is seeking highly motivated candidates to fill multiple positions at pre-doctoral and post-doctoral levels, read here for more information:


Posted July 18, 2022

Postdoctoral Research Position

One postdoctoral research position is available in the lab of Nathan Sandbo, MD at the University of Wisconsin-Madison to study the molecular mechanisms mediating tissue remodeling and fibrosis, using cell and animal models in a team-based laboratory environment.  We are seeking a highly self-motivated individual with strong technical skills in standard cell culture, biochemistry, and molecular biology techniques and a desire to learn and work with murine models of pulmonary fibrosis.  Click here to read more about this position. 


Posted July 13, 2022

Postdoctoral Fellow

Casey Eye Institute,
Oregon Health & Science University

The Keller Lab is excited to be hiring for a postdoctoral fellow to join our team studying extracellular matrix and glaucoma at the Casey Eye Institute, Portland, OR. Together with Dr. Joanne Murphy-Ullrich, this NIH-funded project will investigate how a glaucoma-associated single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) in the thrombospondin-1 gene affects trabecular meshwork cell function and the TGFβ signaling pathway. We seek individuals with experience in mammalian cell culture, confocal microscopy, and a variety of molecular and biochemistry techniques. Postdocs at OHSU are eligible for health insurance, paid time off, and retirement contributions. Click here for more information.


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