How to Apply
Please send curriculum vitae by June 1, 2017 or sooner, to:
Johann E. Gudjonsson, MD, PhD
Dept. of Dermatology, University of Michigan
6427C Medical Sciences 1, 1300 E. Catherine Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-5609
Research opportunities are available for MD, PhD, or MD-PhD-trained individuals in molecular biology and immunology of psoriasis and other chronic inflammatory and autoimmune skin disorders. Medical students interested in taking at least one year off from their medical training are also welcome to apply.
Research in psoriasis and autoimmune disorders will be focused on identification of novel inflammatory pathways as well as integration of genetic variation on signal transduction, gene expression, and epidermal differentiation. Research tools used include CRISPR/Cas9 for genome editing, shRNA knock-down approaches, single-cell RNA-sequencing using microfluidic systems to address composition of inflammatory networks, flow cytometry, and RNA-sequencing and microarrays along with bioinformatic approaches. Opportunities to be involved in clinical and translational research projects are available as well.
MD, PhD, or MD-PhD
Highly motivated individual, with excellent interpersonal skills including reliability and teamwork.
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