Job Title: Postdoc in Cell and Molecular Biology
Job Number: 67452
Location: Dallas, US
The Ayaz Najafov Lab at UTSW is currently seeking to recruit a highly motivated and skilled Postdoc interested in investigating cell signaling and metabolic mechanisms of cell death in the context of infections, immunity, or cancer immunotherapies. The desired start date is as soon as possible.
Our NIH-funded lab’s research is focused on necroptosis, an immunogenic form of cell death, its molecular architecture, and the intricate interplay between necroptosis and intracellular and environmental cues and cell metabolism that govern this pathway.
The projects within the lab involve methods in molecular and cell biology, biochemistry, cell signaling, metabolomics, immunity, and immunotherapy and entail the utilization of both in vitro, cell culture, high-throughput, genome/proteome-wide, and in vivo experimental setups.
A Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Cell Biology, or Molecular Biology is required.
Applicants with no prior postdoc experience will be given priority.
To apply, please email your CV, cover letter, main publication PDF files, and Ph.D. thesis PDF file to [Please click the Apply button for the link or email].
Please also include a Word file with answers to the following questions:
1) How many years of cell culture experience do you have?
2) How many years of western blotting experience do you have?
3) How many years of in vivo work experience do you have?
4) How many years of metabolism / metabolomics experience do you have?
5) What motivated you to apply to this lab for a postdoc?
Application Deadline: 2024-04-05