How to Apply
Interested candidates should send their CV to Amr Sawalha, MD at firstname.lastname@example.org
A postdoctoral research fellowship is available with a focus on the intersection between immunometabolism and epigenetics in autoimmunity in a productive laboratory at the University of Michigan. Successful candidates have the potential to be supported by the NIH-funded Rheumatology Training Grant (T32) at the University of Michigan.
The applicant will be responsible for undertaking studies aiming at investigating the relationship between glycolysis and EZH2 expression and function in lupus CD4+ T cells, using in vitro and in vivo approaches. Training in immunology or immunometabolism, and basic molecular biology methods are expected. Experience in gene editing (CRISPR/Cas9), ChIP-seq, and ATAC-seq is preferred. Candidates who have demonstrated scholarly productivity will be preferred.
Successful candidates must hold a PhD in immunology, molecular biology, or pharmaceutical sciences with previous work in immunology or immunometabolism. Applicants must be within 1-3 years from the time they obtained their PhD, and must demonstrate a clear interest in pursuing an independent career in science.
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