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1. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Anderson laboratory in the Stanford University School of Medicine has a post-doctoral fellowship position open. The position appointment start date is as soon as possible. The Anderson laboratory is looking for a postdoctoral fellow in anesthesia. The fellow will work closely with Dr. T. Anthony Anderson and members of his laboratory (and in collaboration with Professor David Yeomans) on an NIH-funded research project on the use of focused ultrasound as a non-invasive method of peripheral neuromodulation for pain management. The project uses rodent pain models, behavioral testing, and light and electron microscopy to follow the effects of focused ultrasound on peripheral nerves.

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2. Postdoctoral Position 

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We welcome applications for a postdoctoral position at Stanford University’s Center for Turbulence Research (CTR). We seek an outstanding early-career researcher with expertise and interest in offshore wind energy, sustainability, turbulence modeling, fluid-structure coupling, control, surrogate modeling, machine learning, and/or graph neural networks. The successful candidate will collaborate with Professors Simpson, Darve, and Iaccarino on a numerical and theoretical project, with potential opportunities for experimental work in Prof. Simpson’s lab. Qualified applicants should reach out to Profs. Simpson, Darve, and Iaccarino at bsimpson@stanford.edu, darve@stanford.edu, and jops@stanford.edu with a CV, a brief statement of research interests and qualifications, and name and email addresses of three references.

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3. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The postdoctoral position will focus on the development of artificial intelligence tools for applications in healthcare. The Daneshjou lab has a particular focus on AI translation, transparency, and fairness. Candidates will get to work with image, free text, and molecular data and have the opportunity to interact with multi-disciplinary teams of data scientists, computer scientists, and physicians.

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4. Postdoctoral Position 

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Postdoctoral Fellowship focused on the development of artificial intelligence tools for healthcare in Dr. Roxana Daneshjou’s lab. This position willl involve the development and testing of AI models for healthcare, with an opportunity to work with free text, image, and molecular data. Topics such as AI transparency and fairness are a cornerstone of the lab. Postdocs will have the opportunity to collaborate with multi-discplinary teams of computer scientists, data scientists, and physicians.

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5. Postdoctoral Position 

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We are looking for a postdoctoral scholar to develop and implement methodologies to value the diverse contributions of corals and mangroves to human wellbeing in Belize, Florida, and the US Virgin Islands. This position is part of a research project funded through the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Coastlines and People Hubs for Research and Broadening Participation (CoPe). The project is entitled: “Large-scale CoPe: Reducing Climate Risks with Equitable Nature-based Solutions: Engaging Communities on Reef-Lined Coasts.” CoPe supports multi-institutional coastal research hubs that study the interactions between natural, human-built, and social systems in coastal populated environments. In addition to Stanford, the research team includes experts from University of South Florida (CoPe hub lead), Boston University, University of Miami, University of California Santa Cruz, University of Virgin Islands, and East Carolina University. The project also includes partners from World Wildlife Fund, Fragments of Hope Ltd., and Black in Marine Science.

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6. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The postdoctoral scholar will develop a habitat-fisheries model for application in Belize, Florida, and the US Virgin Islands and then generalize it for application to other locations. This position is part of a research project funded through the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Coastlines and People Hubs for Research and Broadening Participation (CoPe). The project is entitled: “Large-scale CoPe: Reducing Climate Risks with Equitable Nature-based Solutions: Engaging Communities on Reef-Lined Coasts.” CoPe supports multi-institutional coastal research hubs that study the interactions between natural, human-built, and social systems in coastal populated environments. In addition to Stanford, the research team includes experts from University of South Florida (CoPe hub lead), Boston University, University of Miami, University of California Santa Cruz, University of Virgin Islands, and East Carolina University. The project also includes partners from World Wildlife Fund, Fragments of Hope Ltd., and Black in Marine Science.

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7. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

We seek the brightest emerging scientists who are interested in tackling the global energy problem through interdisciplinary approaches. Our fellows come from around the world, bring a diversity of experiences, identities, and perspectives, and share a desire to have an impact on the global energy transformation.

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8. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The research will bridge fundamental scientific inquiry and industrially relevant systems, and will require the use of engineering techniques to develop organisms that can convert the product of plastic hydrogenolysis into commodity chemicals via biocatalysis. The research is funded through a new Stanford program in Synthetic Biology for Sustainability and by the Woods Institute for the Environment. While the primary postdoc appointment will be in the Cochran Lab, the scholar is expected to working closely in a team environment with a PhD student and other researchers to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and creativity. Additionally, a host of tools and technologies are available across Stanford via core facilities and collaborators that can be leveraged for this research project.

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9. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Clarke Lab is seeking postdoctoral scholars to lead cutting-edge research in cardiovascular disease genetics, epidemiology, and bioinformatics. Highly qualified applicants will have a proven foundation in the curation and analysis of large datasets. Applicants who demonstrate readiness to define and lead new research projects are highly desirable. Primary sources of data include biobanks (All of Us, UK Biobank, and MVP), TOPMed, dbGap, and the Stanford clinical research database. We offer close mentorship in a small lab environment along with opportunities for local, national, and international collaborations. Research projects and career developmment will be tailored to each scholar and their specific goals and interests.

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10. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

We invite applications for multidisciplinary postdoctoral fellowships to start summer/fall 2024 for a one- or two-year appointment. The King Center’s Postdoctoral Fellows Program is intended for promising new PhD recipients—coming from fields such as biology, computer science, earth systems science, economics, engineering, health policy, political science, and sociology—to pursue policy-relevant research on topics related to international development and poverty alleviation. The King Center’s postdoctoral fellows should expect to be active members of the community of development researchers at Stanford University.

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11. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

We are seeking an individual for a postdoctoral fellowship related to maternal and perinatal health who has training and experience in epidemiology or a related field (e.g., PhD or clinician scientist with a research doctorate). The primary mentor is Professor Suzan Carmichael. This postdoctoral research opportunity will be focused primarily on maternal health outcomes in the United States, with a particular emphasis on severe maternal morbidities, social determinants, health care, and health equity (but flexible depending on personal interests). The post-doc will have the opportunity to collaborate with a variety of epidemiologists, clinician-scientists, biostatisticians, and social scientists at Stanford University as well as other institutions.

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12. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Postdoctoral candidates should have R statistical software expertise and experience in executing and interpreting machine learning algorithms and using epidemiological data. Projects include analyses of existing large scale -omics data such as genome-wide DNA methylation, transcriptomics and epigenetic aging from multiple human cohorts and studies. The candidate will have access to a vibrant research community at Stanford, data science experts, methodologists and join a dynamic research team. The scholar will have access to pilot funding and data to further develop an independent research career. The scholar will work in a multidisciplinary collaborative environment.

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13. Postdoctoral Position 

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Stanford Mineral-X (https://mineralx.stanford.edu/) is offering another postdoctoral fellowship on Geophysics at Stanford University. The postdoctoral researcher will develop advanced geophysical techniques to accelerate the exploration and discovery of energy transition minerals. The postdoc will collaborate closely with both academic and industrial research partners at Mineral-X.

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14. Postdoctoral Position 

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Stanford Mineral-X is offering postdoctoral fellow positions within the Department of Earth & Planetary Sciences at Stanford University. Postdoctoral researchers will be developing data scientific and machine learning approaches for accelerating (critical) mineral exploration and discovery. One goal is to redefine the traditional knowledge-based geological interpretation process, particularly at the regional scale, by harnessing state-of-the-art machine learning and AI techniques. The machine-generated interpretations will rigorously adhere to geological principles, just as the outcomes typically obtained through expert knowledge-based approaches. The research will use extensive geophysical, geochemical, and geological data from real-world field cases. The postdoc will collaborate closely with both academic and industrial research partners at Mineral-X.

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15. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The position will have priority projects, led by Professor Brynjolfsson, as well as the opportunity to work with other faculty, fellows, and PIs on additional topics. We will explore the economic implications of shifting population demographics (especially with regard to aging, AI technology and the workforce); create and test large-scale, AI-powered macroeconomic simulations; and analyze data from retired populations for potential economic policy scenario planning. One project could look at the motivations and time use of people, such as retirees, who no longer need to work for money, and draw lessons for a world with less need for human labor.

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16. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Post-PhD researcher desired to help lead methane emissions research efforts in Prof. Adam Brandt’s research group at the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability. Level of appointment and salary are flexible based on applicant experience. This position will focus on developing and leading field experiments and analysis of satellite detection technologies. We will develop a multi-year testing campaign to assess new satellite methane detection technologies in diverse environments around North America. This work will continue recent research focusing on large-scale testing of methane detection technologies (Sherwin et al. 2023, El Abbadi et al. 2023, Sherwin et al. 2023b, Rutherford et al. 2023). Responsibilities will include assisting graduate students in research and publications related to the project, management of experimental logistics, and publication and presentation of the research.

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17. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

An opportunity for a postdoctoral fellow is available in the laboratory of Dr. Glaivy Batsuli in the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Hematology, Oncology, Stem Cell Transplantation, and Regenerative Medicine at Stanford University. The Batsuli laboratory focuses on elucidating mechanisms of the immune response to blood coagulation proteins deficient in patients with inherited bleeding disorders, specifically hemophilia. Our lab seeks to better understand the interaction of factor proteins with antigen presenting cells that result in antibody development against factor replacement therapies in order to develop therapeutic strategies that evade these immune responses and induce tolerance.

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18. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Our research team is looking for a postdoctoral scholar in perinatal pharmacoepidemiology. The scholar will work closely with Drs. Brian Bateman and Stephanie Leonard on NIH-funded research projects on the comparative safety and effectiveness of medications in pregnancy and related research topics. Our projects employ advanced analytical methods in large databases, which include claims data and electronic health record data in conventional structures and in common data models. Current topical focus areas include mental health, behavioral health and cardiovascular health of people who are pregnant or postpartum.

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19. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

We are thrilled to announce an opening for a talented postdoctoral scholar to join our team at Stanford. Our group is dedicated to identifying effective solutions for combating typhoid fever—one of the most devastating infectious diseases globally. This fellowship provides an opportunity to contribute to research developing innovative strategies for public health control of typhoid fever through vaccination in in high-risk populations. The postdoctoral fellow will work with Drs. Jason Andrews and Nathan Lo, along with research partners at the Sabin Vaccine Institute, Aga Khan University and Kathmandu University.

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20. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Gentles lab at Stanford University has postdoc positions available for several projects in analyzing genomic and proteomic data in cancer using systems biology approaches. Our works spans multiple cancer types, using a combination of computational and experimental methods to address questions in tumor biology with a particular interest in the content and organization of the tumor microenvironment, and its influence on patient outcomes and therapy response. As one example, we are interested in understanding immunotherapy response in a rare cancer type called clear cell ovarian cancer. We are generating scRNA-seq, CODEX, and other data on clinical samples with known therapy responses. The aim is to use network modeling to identify critical nodes or edges that can be targeted to modulate relevant pathways in mouse models, and feed these results back into the modeling in an iterative process.

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21. Postdoctoral Position 

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We are seeking a motivated postdoctoral fellow with backgrounds in computer science, biomedical engineering, or mechanical engineering to work alongside Dr. HyeRan Choo, Neonatal and Pediatric Craniofacial and Airway Orthodontist, on projects developing novel digital manufacturing algorithms for oral devices to treat neonates with facial deformity, breathing difficulty, or feeding difficulty. An ideal candidate would have interest in helping neonates and infants by developing digital workflow for clinical applications and have expertise in handling various biomedical imaging software and coding.

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22. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Lo Lab in the Division of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine at Stanford University is seeking a talented postdoctoral scholar to join our vibrant, interdisciplinary research team. Dr. Nathan Lo has recently moved to Stanford from UCSF. Our research group is interested in studying the transmission of infectious diseases to inform public health decisions. The postdoctoral scholar will have the opportunity to work on analytic modeling of infectious disease transmission and public health control strategies across multiple pathogens (e.g., SARS-CoV-2, pertussis, influenza, Schistosoma). The work will have broad scientific and public health impact in infectious diseases.

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23. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Lo Lab in the Division of Infectious Diseases and Geographic Medicine at Stanford University is seeking a talented postdoctoral scholar to join our vibrant, interdisciplinary research team. Dr. Nathan Lo has recently moved to Stanford from UCSF. Our research group is interested in studying the transmission of infectious diseases to inform public health decisions. The postdoctoral scholar will have the opportunity to set up a new laboratory focused on sequencing the parasite, Schistosoma spp. (the causative pathogen of the disease schistosomiasis). The work will have broad scientific and public health impact in global health related to neglected tropical diseases that affect marginalized populations.

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24. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Climate change is creating a health crisis of planetary dimension, with vulnerable populations most at risk. To address this crisis, the Human & Planetary Health Initiative at the Woods Institute is launching a new Sustainability Action Lab. Housed in Stanford’s Woods Institute for the Environment, the lab will create teams of faculty, students and external partners to advance evidence-based solutions through health policy, private-sector innovations, and community engagement.

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25. Postdoctoral Position 

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The Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions (COS) catalyzes research, innovation, and action to improve the health of the oceans for the people who depend on them the most. A part of the Woods Institute for the Environment at the Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability, COS capitalizes on Stanford’s broad expertise in ocean science and in the many other disciplines crucial to developing ocean solutions including engineering, computer science, political science, design, and business. Our core team of researchers and fellows partner with other research institutions, national and international nongovernmental organizations, businesses and governments, as well as established and emerging leaders in the data revolution

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26. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Le Lab focuses on translational research in head and neck cancer, specifically in the area of tumor microenvironment, immunotherapy, biomarkers and salivary gland stem cells and cancer. The lab’s current research goals are: (1) to study in depth the intracellular and extracellular function of Galectin-1 (a hypoxia-induced secreted protein) with regards to its effect on immune cells, treatment response and metastasis; (2) to develop novel targeted approaches against Galectin-1; (3) to study the stimulatory effect of radiation on immune suppressive myeloid cells and how best to mitigate it; (4) to optimize current and develop new approaches to protect normal tissues, specifically salivary stem/progenitor cells and mucosa, from radiation damage (both external beam radiation and targeted radioligand therapy); (5) to develop novel therapy against salivary gland malignancies, and (6) to identify, validate and target mutations in putative pathways that can increase radiation resistance in cancer. Projects have the potential for highly informative and very productive findings in terms of publication and innovate clinical implications.

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27. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Knowles laboratory employs genetic and genomic methods to study the molecular mechanisms that mediate cardiovascular disease risk and pathophysiology, especially insulin resistance. For genes identified through whole genome studies, we use “dry” and “wet” bench approaches to identify mechanisms by which causal variation is responsible for altered gene structure or function and employ tissue culture and genetic mouse models to identify how encoded factors participate in the disease process. The goal is translation of these findings to the clinic.

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28. Postdoctoral Position 

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The Ho Center for Buddhist Studies at Stanford (the HCBSS) invites qualified candidates to apply to the HCBSS Postdoctoral Fellowship. The Fellowship is for a two-year term, beginning in the Fall of 2024. We invite applications from scholars in all areas of Buddhist Studies whose research interests would complement and augment the work of our current faculty and graduate students, and whose work promises to significantly contribute to the field of Buddhist Studies. The Fellowship will provide a stipend, annual research fund, standard benefits, and relocation funds. The expected base pay range for this position is $72,000 – $74,000. The pay offered to the selected candidate will be determined based on factors including (but not limited to) the qualifications of the selected candidate, budget availability, and internal equity.

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29. Postdoctoral Position 

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Postdoctoral Scholar position available for highly motivated candidates to join the Department of Surgery at Stanford University School of Medicine starting in March 2022 to learn and train in cancer biology and translational research using human biospecimens, and in vitro and in vivo models of cancer.

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30. Postdoctoral Position 

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Retinal Signal Transduction Research: There is an open postdoctoral position in the laboratory of Michael S. Kapiloff, MD, PhD, Reinhard Family Professor in the Departments of Ophthalmology and Medicine. We are seeking to recruit a highly motivated cellular and molecular biologist and/or neurobiologist with interest in neuronal signal transduction and ophthalmic disease. Current research in the Kapiloff lab addresses how the formation of multimolecular protein complexes confers specificity in intracellular signaling and how these complexes are important for the survival of central nervous system neurons in diseases such as glaucoma. A major focus of the lab has been crosstalk between cAMP, calcium and MAP-kinase signaling pathways that are important for retinal ganglion cell neurite extension and neuroprotection.

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31. Postdoctoral Position 

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The Kalbasi laboratory at Stanford University is recruiting a post-doctoral scholar for independent research in the area of cancer immunology and T-cell based immunotherapy. The funded proposal utilizes synthetic biology tools to understand how T cell intrinsic responses to cytokine signaling shape the fate and function of tumor-specific T cells. The work involves in vivo (mouse) and in vitro models of T cell therapy, single cell computational approaches, and advanced microscopy / image analysis to achieve both basic and translational goals. Further details of the proposal will be provided after initial inquiry.

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32. Postdoctoral Position 

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A postdoctoral position is available in Deborah Gordon’s lab in the Department of Biology, Stanford University (http://www.stanford.edu/~dmgordon/) to pursue research on the ecology, evolution and mechanisms of collective behavior in ants. Application Instructions: The position is available beginning in January 2024 for one year (with the possibility of renewal for a 2nd year contingent on availability of funding and satisfactory performance). Review of applications will begin December 1 and the position will remain open until filled.

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33. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

We are looking for a talented researcher with experience in econometric/quasi-experimental approaches for causal effect estimation (e.g., regression discontinuity and difference-in-differences) to help the Geldsetzer lab expand its work on the link between shingles vaccination and dementia

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34. Postdoctoral Position 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment is pleased to announce a post-doctoral position on nature-based climate solutions. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to engage with several projects, including work assessing the global and regional potential for nature-based emissions reductions and carbon removal, developing robust standards for nature-based approaches in carbon markets, understanding and protecting background carbon sinks, integrating carbon sequestration with other forest benefits, and managing wildfire risk. Depending on background and interests, the successful candidate will utilize ecological, remote sensing, big data, economic, or policy tools.

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