Postdoctoral positions are available for scientists interested in studying the biology of aging. Projects include 1) studying cell non-autonomous signaling pathways that lead to improved health and longevity, 2) elucidating the mechanism of a key proteins that regulate aging, and 3) studying post-translational modifications that regulate stress resistance and longevity. Other projects studying the role of stress response/stress resistance in aging are also available.
- Direct your own independent project(s) within the framework of the lab
- Help train graduate and undergraduate researchers
- Develop and test hypotheses related to the biology of aging
- Candidates should have a Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent degrees in life science disciplines.
- Should be able to work independently as well as in a collaborative team.
- Have good written and communication skills
- Nematode experience is useful, but not necessary, as cell and mouse projects are available
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