Postdoc in Type 2 diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism
A postdoctoral fellow position is available in the lab of Dr. Sang Park at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. We are located in the center of the Longwood medical area (3 Blackfan Circle, Boston). The fields of our interest are Obesity, Type 2 diabetes, and ER stress.
The goal of this project is to understand the molecular mechanisms by which insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes develop in obesity.
The project involves cell culture and mouse experiments.
Background in Molecular biology (western blot, DNA/RNA works) is a must requirement. Please visit our website at parklab.info for more information.
Please send your CV and 3 references’ contact information to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Science Program Manager, Boston Children's Hospital
The Scientific Program Manager works as part of a dynamic professional team that reports to the Director of the Translational Neuroscience Center (TNC) at Boston Children’s Hospital. The specific duties of the Scientific Program Manager are to engage with leading neuroscience faculty and other TNC staff in the development of both basic science and clinical research projects and to oversee the process of generating proposals from concept development, to identification of appropriate federal and nonfederal funding sources, to writing and editing proposals. Additional responsibilities include developing and maintaining public information on the TNC (e.g. written materials, PowerPoint presentations, and web content), coordinating research symposia in collaboration with other TNC staff, and managing grant reports.
• Assist with scientific grant and proposal development and writing for both neuroscience laboratory initiatives and clinical research on neurodevelopmental disorders
• Solicit and administer peer review of requests submitted to the TNC for funding of pilot projects in translational neuroscience
• Work with TNC leadership and vendors to develop and update marketing materials for the TNC including web sites, newsletters, brochures, and slide decks that describe scientific resources available through the TNC to academic, foundation, and industrial audiences.
• Develop donor materials including annual reports and timely progress reports to grant makers
• Lead the TNC staff and administrative team in planning scientific events such as scientific symposia, seminar series, and educational workshops.
MS required, preferably in neuroscience or related field. 7+ years relevant experience.
Ph.D preferred. 2-3 years of experience in planning, writing grants, or scientific communication. The candidate will provide documentation of demonstrated success in preparing successful government and private funding research grants. Strong communication skills, both written and oral. Strong computer skills including MS Office, particularly PowerPoint and Excel. Strong leadership skills with the ability to work collaboratively with multi-departmental and multi-institutional teams. Demonstrated ability to effectively set priorities, recognize and solve problems proactively, and provide keen attention to detail.
About the Translational Neuroscience Center:
The Translational Neuroscience Center (TNC) at Boston Children’s Hospital provides a unique environment for physicians and scientists dedicated to improving the lives of children with brain disorders through inter-disciplinary collaborations based on the latest scientific discoveries. Recent advances in neurobiology, cognitive neuroscience, genetics and genomics, imaging, stem cell biology, systems biology, and other fields have produced a flood of new information about the mechanisms underlying normal human development and how those mechanisms go awry in pediatric disorders. The TNC seeks to build on this knowledge to improve the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of brain disorders that affect children.
The TNC was conceived and launched under the leadership of Scott Pomeroy, MD, PhD, Neurologist–in-Chief and CliffordWoolf, MB, BCh, PhD, Chair of the F.M. Kirby Neurobiology Center to create and extend a collaborative framework for supporting exceptional translational neuroscience across all departments at Boston Children’s Hospital. TNC Director Mustafa Sahin, MD, PhD, oversees a growing portfolio of programs designed to accelerate translational research through rapid development of new treatments ranging from target identification to Phase 2 proof of concept clinical trials. The TNC is guided by a distinguished Executive Committee comprised of senior hospital leadership across the neuroscience disciplines.
Please contact Kira A. Dies, ScM, CGC at email@example.com for any questions or to submit your CV and cover letter.
Boston Children’s Hospital is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employers with strong institutional commitments to diversity in their faculty. Women and minority candidates are particularly encouraged to apply.
Postdoc in the Division of Infectious Diseases/Department of Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital
The Levy Laboratory is the focal point of the Precision Vaccines Program at Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School. The Program employs cutting edge technologies to understand age-specific features of immune responses to inform development of vaccines tailored for optimal safety and immunogenicity towards distinct populations. Due to distinct immunity, most infection-induced death occurs at the extremes of life motivating development of improved vaccines that are safe and effective in the young and old. We seek a skilled and motivated post-doctoral scientist with background in Immunology (experience in T and B lymphocyte studies a plus), Vaccinology, and/or Systems Biology and Bioinformatics to lead projects employing systems biology to characterize age-specific vaccine responses and development of novel adjuvanted vaccines. The project will employ recent knowledge in the areas of innate immune pathways (TLRs/inflammasome) and nanoparticle technology to identify adjuvants and enhance immune responses of those at the extremes of age in vitro and in vivo. Studies will employ in vitro modeling of human newborn, adult and elderly antigen-presenting cells, T and B lymphocytes as well as in vivo animal and human studies.
Our laboratory, comprised of 12 current members including post-doctoral scientists, clinical fellows and technicians, is dynamic, international, supportive and productive. We are well funded by NIH, Gates Foundation, internal support as well as multiple sponsored research agreements. We offer excellent opportunities for high impact research, publication, attendance at scientific meetings, and careeradvancement with graduates of the lab holding prominent positions in academia and industry. The candidate should have obtained their PhD within the last 1-3 years. Interested applicants should e-mail their CV and arrange to have 3 statements of reference e-mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A postdoctoral fellow position is available in the Epigenetics and Stem Cell Unit of the Laboratory of Translational Gerontology Branch, National Institute on Aging (NIA), National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Specific interests of the laboratory encompass defining mechanisms that underlie age associated changes of the hematopoietic stem cell compartment with a focus on epigenetic drivers and DNA damage.
Candidates should have a Ph.D. M.D. or D.V.M. with 0-3 years post-doc experience.
- Strong oral and written communication skills are a requirement
- Expertise working with lenti-viruses and CRISPR/Cas9 technology is desirable, but more importantly, we are seeking team members with
- a strong work ethic and the aspiration to understand mechanisms driving tissue-specific stem cell
Please visit https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=xDwht4QAAAAJ&hl=en for more information on the research interests of our group
Applicants should submit their CV including a list of publications, a cover letter containing a brief statement of how his/her expertise can contribute to the research on aging hematopoietic stem cells (<1 page), and the name and contact information of three references to:
Isabel Beerman, Ph.D., at email@example.com
Candidates may need to complete an on-site interview process to present her/his data and meet with our current group members. The Institute’s dynamic research environment encourages trainees to collaborate with the over 12,000 resource-rich NIH labs focused on basic, translational, and clinical research.
Though the position is free from the demands of obtaining grants and teaching, opportunities to do both are available
Salary is commensurate with experience and accomplishments, and also includes benefits such as health insurance for the trainee and his/her family, support for coursework related to the trainee's research, opportunities to present research at national/international meetings. In addition, the NIH Fellows Committee (FelCom) and the NIH Office of Intramural Training & Education (OITE) sponsor a wide range of career development programs.
DHHS and NIH are Equal Opportunity Employers. The NIH is dedicated to building a diverse community in its training and employment programs
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Vascular Biology and Genetics at Harvard Medical School
The D’Amato Lab of the Vascular Biology Program at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School is seeking a highly motivated post-doctoral researcher to study the genetic control of ocular angiogenesis. The project investigates candidate genes found to control angiogenesis in the mouse eye. These candidate genes were identified through genome-wide association studies (GWAS) of inbred mouse strains and further validated in zebrafish. The fellow will lead a program to verify and elucidate the mechanism of action of these genes. The ideal postdoc (MD or PhD) will have a strong background in molecular and mammalian genetics with an interest in vascular biology and ophthalmology. Candidates should be able to work independently and have strong English writing skills. Salary is commensurate with experience. Position is available immediately for two years with potential for renewal and is fully funded with benefits.
If interested, please send via email a CV, a statement of research interests, as well as the names and contact information for three references to:
Dr. Robert D'Amato
Vascular Biology Program
Boston Children's Hospital
300 Longwood Ave
Boston, MA 02115
Lab website: www.damatolab.com
Department Stem Cell Program; Medicine-Hematology/Oncology
Senior Research Director, George Daley Laboratory; http://daley.med.harvard.edu
Seeking a talented scientist to supervise a dynamic translational hematology research
laboratory at Boston Children’s Hospital and the Harvard Medical School. This position supports
the principal investigator in managing scientific operations, maintaining regulatory compliance,
and performing research and administrative functions. The position calls for a conscientious,
creative, adaptable individual with good writing skills, and is well suited to the ambitious
individual who wishes to remain active in biomedical research as a career scientist in a
supervisory role. Outstanding candidates will be considered for faculty appointment as
Instructor at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Duties and responsibilities will include:
• Participating in scientific group meetings, strategic planning, grant writing, and publications;
• Assisting principal investigator in managing personnel, projects, and research infrastructure;
• Supervising research technician staff and routine laboratory operations such as
ordering/receiving, inventory, vivarium coverage, and special projects;
• Liaison to institutional officials/offices including laboratory and radiation safety, research
operations, human resources, animal welfare, facilities and maintenance, occupational health
and safety, sponsored projects, public affairs, government affairs, intellectual property,
general counsel, and fund raising (Foundation and Trust);
• Recruitment and mentoring of research and administrative staff;
• Generation and maintenance of regulatory approvals including human subjects (IRB),
laboratory animals (IACUC), biosafety (IBC), and human embryonic stem cells (ESCRO);
• Operational understanding of standard laboratory equipment including freezers, tissue
culture hoods, incubators, FACS machines, microscopes, and computers among others;
• Maintenance of publication-related reporting and deposition requirements including
PubMedCentral, NIHMS, and MyNCBI;
• Monitoring of laboratory e-mail account and responding as needed to inquiries regarding
available positions, tissue donation, reagents requests, and other areas;
• Maintenance of laboratory website (experience with Dreamweaver, Photoshop and Illustrator
• Drafting and review of sections of grant funding applications and progress reports pertinent to
budget justification, vertebrate animals, human subjects, facilities/infrastructure, and key
• Editing of manuscripts, funding applications, and other laboratory-related submissions;
• Strategic planning regarding capital equipment requisitions, purchases, and space allocation;
• Ability to contribute to ongoing research projects as needed;
• Advanced Degree; MD or PhD in a related discipline
• At least 5 years of post-doctoral research experience
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
Please forward CV and three references to Dr. George Daley, Boston Children's Hospital, 1
Blackfan Circle, 7th Floor, Boston, MA 02115; Tel: 617-919-2015;
Status Full Time - 40 Hours Shift Day
Schedule Mon-Fri and occasional weekends as needed
Genetics Postdoctoral Fellowship
Boston Children’s Hospital
Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT
Harvard Medical School
A genetics postdoctoral training fellowship is available to work in the laboratory of Elizabeth Engle MD,
Professor of Neurology and Ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School (HMS) and an HHMI Investigator at
Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH), in collaboration with the laboratory of Daniel MacArthur PhD, Assistant
Professor of Genetics at HMS and Associate Director of Medical and Populations Genetics at the Broad
Institute and Mass General Hospital.
Dr. Engle is a neurogeneticist and developmental neurologist whose lab has defined a series of congenital
syndromes that perturb cranial nerve development and result in disorders of eye and face movement, while
Dr. MacArthur is a leader in the genomic analysis of large datasets in the context of rare disease, with a
particular focus on neuromuscular disorders. The goal of their collaborative translational research is to identify
and functionally study novel genetic causes of syndromic congenital cranial nerve disorders through analysis of
whole genome sequence (WGS) data from 900 individuals (a cohort of the Gabriella Miller Kids First Pediatric
The postdoctoral fellow will be supervised by Drs. Engle and MacArthur; home base will be in the Engle lab and
the fellow will work closely with members of both the Engle and MacArthur research teams. The fellow will
have ample opportunities to take advantage of the vibrant scientific community of BCH, HMS and its affiliated
hospitals, and the Broad, and will likely interact with other investigators participating in the Gabriella Miller
Kids First Pediatric Research Program, supported by the NIH Common Fund.
The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and creative with the ability to learn quickly and to function both
independently and within a team. S/he should also have:
• Ph.D. and/or M.D. training in genetics/genomics or a related field
• Expertise working with next-generation sequence data
• Preferred background in neurodevelopment
• Proven research productivity as demonstrated in publications
• Excellent written and oral communication skills
How to Apply
Please submit the following documents:
1. Cover letter
2. Curriculum vitae
3. Summary of your research experience and interests
4. Reference list including contact information (minimum of 3)
Please compile all the documents into one PDF in the order listed above and email to
Stem Cell Scientist
Location: South San Francisco, CA, USA
Summary: Senti Bio is seeking talented stem cell biologists to contribute to our early stage
projects, including the translation of novel technologies, protocol/process development, and
generation of pre-clinical data on key disease indications related to engineering of human stem
cells. A successful applicant will be able to independently drive a high risk/high impact research
program, work collaboratively with the broader scientific and business team to meet
milestones, and play a key role in building the culture of the company as it grows. Applicants
should have current knowledge of stem cell culture and differentiation tools and methods as
well as a mindset to deliver robust and practical solutions for long term commercial impact. We
are seeking individuals who are passionate about the future of “smart therapeutics” and have
the energy and boldness to thrive and grow in a startup environment.
- Plan, perform, and interpret scientific experiments in a laboratory setting
- Provide technical expertise and leadership in multiple parallel projects
- Prepare regular presentations to the broader business and strategic team
- Stay current with advanced molecular methods, scientific literature, and participate in
ideation and decision making meetings
- Lead and propose “mini-projects” as needed, such as assessment of novel methods or
- Assist in milestone planning, budgeting, and team building/training
- Ph.D. or equivalent with expertise in stem cell biology or cell engineering
- At least 2 years of stem cell engineering (ESC, iPSC, MSC, HSC), preferably for
- Proficient with cell culture, cell analysis, and flow cytometry and analysis
- Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a multi-functional team
- Experience with in vivo animal studies a plus
- Prior experience in a startup or industry role in therapeutic drug development a plus
Salary and Benefits:
- Base pay, bonuses, and benefits to be determined based on application qualifications
with the aim of being competitive with similar roles in the area
- Significant growth opportunity as the company expands
About: Senti Biosciences is a pioneering biotechnology startup developing novel therapeutics to
solve challenging and complex diseases. Founded in 2016 from an all-star team of synthetic
biologists from leading universities, Senti is creating world-class capabilities to design and
develop therapeutic cell circuits to improve human health. Headquartered in the San Francisco
Bay Area, Senti leverages expertise in bio-engineering and biological programming to build the
future of gene and cell based therapies.
Send an email with resume and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Professor of Biology: Infectious Disease, Oberlin College
The Oberlin College, Department of Biology invites applications for full-time tenure-track faculty position in Infectious Disease, beginning July 1, 2017
We seek individuals with expertise in immunology, parasitology, epidemiology, or a similar field, and in social factors that affect how disease is experienced. The incumbent will teach the standard teaching load (currently 4.5 courses per year), including upper-level courses in infectious disease, introductory biology, and a non-majors course; mentor undergraduate research students; engage in scholarly research; and participate in the full range of faculty responsibilities, including academic advising and committee service.
Successful experience working with, teaching, or mentoring diverse groups is desirable. To be assured of consideration, submit a letter of application, a curriculum vitae, academic transcripts, and at least three recent letters of reference to
https://jobs.oberlin.edu/postings/3239 by 17 October 2016
University of Sydney Cardiovascular Fellowship 2017
The Heart Research Institute (HRI) and the Charles Perkins Centre of the University of Sydney are seeking
exceptional national and international early to mid-career researchers with the potential to become global leaders
in cardiovascular research for the Sydney Cardiovascular Fellowships 2017.
These fellowships represent the most prestigious fellowships in Australia for early to mid-career cardiovascular
researchers, and are valued at $1,000,000 over a period of five years.
The HRI, in partnership with the Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, and
Successful applicants will interact closely with the following research expertise already present at the HRI and Charles Perkins Centre research consortium:
affiliated Medical Research Institutes represent the largest consortium of cardiovascular researchers in Australia.
The $500 million investment in the Charles Perkins Centre by the University of Sydney represents one of the
largest single investments in diabetes, obesity, and CV research globally.
Atherosclerosis and its complications
Applicants performing research in these or complementary areas will be considered.
- Vascular biology and thrombosis
- Cardiometabolic disease
- Cardiovascular tissue engineering and biomaterials
- Cardiovascular genetics and sudden cardiac death
- Thromboembolic diseases in diabetes and cancer
For more information and to download detailed information on these fellowships visit http://scvrc.org.au/
Starting date for expressions of interest September 2016
Closing date for expressions of interest 14 October 2016
Candidates shortlisted and notified 18 November 2016
Shortlisted applicants first interview (Teleconference) Late November/early December 2016
Final applicant interviews (Sydney) January 2017
Aldovini lab:Division of Infectious Diseases at Boston Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School
A postdoctoral position is available in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School to support in a research program on HIV biology and AIDS vaccine development. Highly motivated applicants must have a PhD or MD degree, strong experience in molecular biology and/or immunology techniques and good communication skills.
Send curriculum vitae with names and addresses of three references to Dr. Anna Aldovini: email@example.com