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13 Postdoctoral Fellowships at Jackson Laboratory, California

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Are you holding PhD degree and looking for Postdoctoral Fellowships? Jackson Laboratory, California invites multiple online application for Postdoctoral Fellowships in various research areas. Candidates interested in Postdoctoral Fellowships can check the details and may apply as soon as possible.

1. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Tarchini Lab at The Jackson Laboratory (http://tarchini-lab.org) is seeking a Postdoctoral Associate to complete a team currently composed of two postdocs, one research assistant and rotating students or shorter term trainees. The laboratory focuses on cell polarity mechanisms and their impact on the morphogenesis of sensory ā€œhairā€ cells in the mouse auditory and vestibular organs, including hearing and balance ability. We are particularly interested in discovering new protein complexes organizing and elongating the stereocilia bundle, the apical hair cell compartment capturing sound or head movements. We are also interested in understanding how these proteins respond to damage, and more generally, to ask whether the molecular machinery assembling the stereocilia bundle during development could be leveraged to regenerate these structures after injury. We are independently funded with two R01 grants from NIH.

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2. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Our research goals are to: i) define the molecular pathways that regulate splicing factors in normal and cancer cells, as well as during cell differentiation; ii) uncover causal splicing alterations in breast tumors; and iii) identify splicing factors and spliced isoforms which could be used as biomarkers to predict disease progression or drug-response, or as targets for RNA-based therapeutics. Our research uses 3D cell culture models, mouse models including patient-derived xenograft, as well as large clinical datasets, and leverages cutting-edge approaches such as RNA-targeting CRISPR, short- and long-read RNA-sequencing, and single-cell approaches, to decipher the role of spliced isoforms and their regulators.

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3. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Jackson Laboratory in Sacramento, CA has an excellent opportunity for an In Vivo Scientist to join the Product Development team! The Scientist may be responsible for designing, executing, and overseeing scientific research projects, applying advanced methodologies and techniques to explore and expand knowledge within a specific discipline. They lead experiments, analyze data, and interpret results while collaborating with interdisciplinary teams to achieve research goals.

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4. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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The Palucka lab is seeking an independent, highly motivated PhD-level scientist to join our project on Modulation of lung immune responses to viral infection (NIH U19 AI142733). The overarching goal of this project is to uncover the impact of aging on epithelial barrier function and downstream regulation of immune responses in healthy people and patients with lung cancer. The ideal candidate would have a strong background in immunology, cell and/or molecular biology. This talented individual would have access to a world-class consortium of experts in genome editing, delivery systems, and human tissue and organoid models among others.Ā 

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5. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Jackson Laboratory in Sacramento, CA has an excellent opportunity for an In Vivo Scientist to join the Product Development team! The Scientist may be responsible for designing, executing, and overseeing scientific research projects, applying advanced methodologies and techniques to explore and expand knowledge within a specific discipline. They lead experiments, analyze data, and interpret results while collaborating with interdisciplinary teams to achieve research goals.

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6. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Jackson Laboratory in Sacramento, CA has an excellent opportunity for an In Vivo Scientist to join the preclinical team! The Scientist may be responsible for designing, executing, and overseeing scientific research projects, applying advanced methodologies and techniques to explore and expand knowledge within a specific discipline. They lead experiments, analyze data, and interpret results while collaborating with interdisciplinary teams to achieve research goals.

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7. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine seeks a talented Postdoctoral Associate with a background in bioengineering and a keen interest in biological research. Led by Sasan Jalili and Paul Robson, with technical guidance from a multidisciplinary team, you will contribute to independent and collaborative research projects. These projects will entail the creative utilization of 3D bioprinting, leveraging the state-of-the-art bioprinting facilities at JAX. This will involve using patient-derived organoids and cell lines to replicate both healthy and diseased human organs. Additionally, the bioprinting work will be partially integrated with organ-on-chip platforms, contributing to the advancement of functional organ-level tissues.Ā 

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8. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Korstanje lab studies the genetics underlying several forms of kidney disease, in particular modifier genes that affect the progression of Alport Syndrome, Polycystic Kidney Disease, and Diabetic Kidney Disease. The lab is seeking a postdoc to study the role of several proteins and microRNAs, both in cell culture and in mouse models, that have recently been associated with the progression of Diabetic Kidney Disease.

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9. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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The Ucar lab is seeking motivated computational scientists interested in studying how epigenomes of human immune cells change with age and diseases including COVID-19. We use diverse approaches in genomics, bioinformatics, systems biology and immunology to understand how epigenetic regulation of gene expression programs are disrupted by genetics and environment. We are seeking highly-motivated individuals who have prior experience with programming and genomic data analyses.Ā 

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10. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Agoro lab at the Jackson Laboratory for Mammalian Genetics is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to study redox molecular mechanisms that drive aging and chronic kidney disease. The overall goal of our laboratory is to understand the aging and kidney disease progression mechanisms using a systems biology approach as well as identifying new therapeutic strategies to improve renal function. Our laboratory is specialized in using a multidisciplinary approach that integrates genomics, proteomics, and metallomics. The postdoctoral scientist will lead an exciting project that applies a broad range of cutting-edge technologies, such as CRISPR-based tools, single-cell multi-omics, and kidney disease mouse models. The ideal candidate would have a strong background in molecular biology, mass spectrometry and genomic technologies.Ā 

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11. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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The labs of Drs. Gareth Howell and Erik Bloss at The Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor Maine are seeking a postdoctoral fellow to investigate the role of genetic risk factors for Alzheimerā€™s disease (AD) on synaptic plasticity and neural circuit dysfunction. The Howell lab utilizes genetic and multi-omic approaches to study neurodegenerative diseases including AD and related dementias (ADRDs). Of relevance to this position, Dr. Howell is one of the lead PIs on MODEL-AD (Model Organism Development and Evaluation of late-onset AD), an NIA-funded consortium charged with developing improved mouse models of LOAD. The Bloss lab leverages high resolution imaging, observation and manipulation of in vivo neural activity, and genetic perturbations in specific neurons, to define how neural circuits function in health and disease. This position will benefit from joint mentoring from Drs. Howell and Bloss, as well the resources being generated by MODEL-AD.

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12. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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sssssThe Stitzel Lab at The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine in Farmington, CT is recruiting a Postdoctoral Associate to join our scientific team working to understand the precise genetic mechanisms controlling pancreatic islet identity and function and identify genes and response pathways that can be therapeutically targeted to prevent islet dysfunction and enhance islet resilience. We conduct innovative allelic and functional and single cell genomic analyses of primary human islets and employ high-throughput genomic techniques (e.g. CRISPR-based screens, MPRA) to (de)code the gene regulatory circuits controlling each islet cell type in human and mouse and uncover gene targets and molecular effects of human diabetes risk variants.

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13. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Our research goals are to: i) define the molecular pathways that regulate splicing factors in normal and cancer cells, as well as during cell differentiation; ii) uncover causal splicing alterations in breast tumors; and iii) identify splicing factors and spliced isoforms which could be used as biomarkers to predict disease progression or drug-response, or as targets for RNA-based therapeutics. Our research uses 3D cell culture models, mouse models including patient-derived xenograft, as well as large clinical datasets, and leverages cutting-edge approaches such as RNA-targeting CRISPR, short- and long-read RNA-sequencing, and single-cell approaches, to decipher the role of spliced isoforms and their regulators.

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