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Two postdoctoral fellowships are available in the broad field of host-microbial interactions (host organs== urinary bladder and placenta) and microbe (viruses/bacterial pathogens/commensal microbiota). Positions are available immediately. Come join a vibrant, highly productive, transdisciplinary team in the Mysorekar Lab (https://reproductivesciences.wustl.edu/laboratories/mysorekar-lab/). Research in our lab encompasses studies of mechanisms underlying biology and pathophysiology of the mammalian urinary bladder as well as the placenta during pregnancy. Our work ranges from basic to translational to clinical (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=mysorekar+iu). The Mysorekar Lab is located in the Center for Reproductive Health Sciences, a hub for outstanding translational research in women’s and reproductive health at Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM) under the auspices of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, ranked 3rd in NIH funding among all obstetrics and gynecology departments at US medical schools. WUSM has extraordinary distinction in the life sciences and biological sciences and is ranked fourth in the nation in NIH funding, and leads research globally in a wide range of frontier research arenas across all of its basic science and clinical departments.
In addition to high-quality research facilities, career and professional development training for postdoctoral researchers is provided through the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, Career Center, Teaching Center, and campus groups. Additional information on being a postdoc at Washington University in St. Louis can be found at postdoc.wustl.edu/prospective-postdocs (https://postdoc.wustl.edu).
Candidates must possess a PHD or MD/PhD in areas of Microbiology, cell biology, stem cell biology, molecular biology... and have experience working in animal models. Interested candidates, please email your Curriculum vitae with a statement of research interests and names of three professional references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Center for Reproductive Health Sciences (CRepHS) invites applications for full-time, tenure-track faculty positions at the level of Associate Professor (or equivalent). Outstanding individuals working in any area of female reproductive biology (ovarian, oocyte, gamete biology, and early development), or in the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying the pathophysiology of human reproductive tract disease are encouraged to apply. Prospective candidates will have a PhD, MD, MD/PhD, DVM or equivalent degree.
Applicants should go to https://facultyopportunities.wustl.edu/Posting/Detail/1010137 to enter their contact information and submit the following documents in PDF format (cover letter, curriculum vitae, and statement of research accomplishments and future research goals) addressed to Dr. Indira Mysorekar, Professor and Director, Center for Reproductive Health Sciences. Applicants should also enter the names and contact information for three referees who will write letters of recommendation on your behalf. Application review starts immediately and will continue on a rolling basis. We will offer competitive start-up funding, well-designed laboratory space and access to outstanding core facilities and biorepositories for translational research opportunities.
Center for Reproductive Health Sciences was established as a hub for outstanding translational research in women’s and reproductive health at Washington University School of Medicine (WUSM) under the auspices of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Our mission is to increase and enhance research in reproductive sciences, identify the most critical areas of women’s health research, and facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations to fill in the knowledge gap. We aim to enhance educational opportunities in reproductive sciences and establish a thriving community of reproductive science researchers at Washington University. Our research is enhanced by a highly collaborative environment within the School of Medicine. The Center is well positioned to undergo substantial growth under new leadership. Additional information about the Center can be found at: https://reproductivesciences.wustl.edu/.
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology includes over 40 full-time faculty members organized in the following divisions: General Obstetrics and Gynecology, Gynecologic Oncology, Reproductive Endocrinology, Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology, Maternal-Fetal Medicine and Ultrasound, Family Planning, Basic Science, and Clinical Research. In 2017/2018, the Department was ranked 3rd in NIH funding among all obstetrics and gynecology departments at US medical schools. More information: https://obgyn.wustl.edu/
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE IN ST. LOUIS: Founded in 1891, WUSM embraces the traditional three missions of teaching, research, and clinical care and has, in recent years, taken increasing responsibility for community engagement, assuring healthcare service across the entire population of the metropolitan region, including people who are historically underserved. The School has 2,263 faculty members and over 7,500 staff. WUSM enrolls approximately 1,400 students and offers nationally recognized master’s and doctoral degree programs in medicine, biomedical research, allied health professions, and clinical and population research. Washington University also operates the nation’s largest MD/PhD program, dedicated to educating the next generation of physician-scientists. The School is unique in having a Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences (DBBS).The DBBS is a graduate education consortium of the School of Medicine, the School of Engineering, and the College of Arts & Sciences. It is among the oldest and largest programs of its kind, and its interdisciplinary, individualized approach serves as a national model. WUSM with extraordinary distinction in the life sciences and biological sciences, was recently ranked fourth in the nation in NIH funding, and leads research globally in a wide range of frontier research arenas across all of its basic science and clinical departments.
Questions should be emailed with the subject header “CREPHS Faculty Search” to Ms. Magdalena Nelson (email@example.com).
Washington University is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status. (Posted 2/8/19)
Start date: January 1, 2019 Salary: NIH Postdoctoral Stipend
A position is available to participate in highly collaborative studies with Dr. Irina Burd, that are funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Development. This position will involve investigating the extent to which perinatal injury following prenatal Zika virus infection is determined by placental inflammation. This position will involve utilizing a mouse model of perinatal Zika virus infection to systematically evaluate the gestation-dependent kinetics of IL-1b signaling, through inflammasome activation and IL-1b secretion, following Zika virus infection on both the kinetics of virus replication and perinatal outcomes. These studies will require basic knowledge of virological and immunological techniques. Areas of focus will include: 1) manipulating IL-1b signaling through the use of pharmacological manipulations and knockout mice; 2) measuring the impact of IL-1b on virus replication kinetics; 3) analysis of the impact of gestational age on placental inflammation and virus replication; and 4) use of embryo transfer techniques to separate the impact of maternal versus placental inflammation on perinatal Zika virus infection outcomes. Candidates with a strong background in virology, immunology, cell biology, and animal research and a PhD in a related discipline should email a cover letter, Curriculm Vitae, and the names and email addresses of three references to:
Sabra Klein, Ph.D., Associate Professor
W. Harry Feinstone Department of Molecular Microbiology and Immunology
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
615 N. Wolfe Street, Rm. W2118, Baltimore, Maryland 21205
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (410) 955-8898
Posted: November 1, 2019
A post-doctoral fellow is being sought to conduct basic research on the effect of aberrant inflammation during pregnancy on subsequent risk of cardiovascular disease in mothers and their offspring. The selected individual must have a PhD, excellent writing skills, very good publication record, and a strong desire to pursue a career as an independent researcher. Thus, appropriate mentoring and support will be provided. She/he will work independently as part of a team, must have expertise in molecular and cellular biology techniques, and should be familiar with various research models. Salary will be paid in accordance to guidelines established by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research. The position is available immediately and will remain open until a suitable candidate is found. Only candidates who are invited for an interview will be contacted. For information on Kingston and Queen's University, please visit www.queensu.ca
If interested, please send curriculum vitae and 2-3 names of referees with contact information to Dr. C. H. Graham, Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada; email: email@example.com. (Posted 2/26/18)