Postdoctoral Scientist Opportunities
Cedars-Sinai employs more than 800 people involved in research, including over 100 principal investigators leading sponsored research projects. We rank among the top ten non-university hospitals nationwide receiving research funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Our scientists have earned grant awards at organizations such as: Department of Defense, National Institutes of Health, and the American Heart Association.
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Postdoctoral Scientist opportunities
- Dr. Helen Goodridge’s research team at Cedars-Sinai’s Regenerative Medicine Institute studies the production and functional programming of myeloid cells (neutrophils, monocytes, macrophages and DCs), and their roles in infectious and inflammatory diseases, aging and tissue regeneration. (Refer to requisition #27734)
- Dr. Simon Gayther’s research program is largely focused on understanding the underlying causes of ovarian, breast and prostate cancer development. (Refer to requisition #29198)
- Dr. Warren G. Tourtellotte’s lab studies the role of growth factor and transcription factor signaling in peripheral nervous system target tissue innervation and Stem Cells. (Refer to requisition #27177)
Other Research Opportunities:
Research Associates – perform a variety of routine experimental protocols, including cellular, micro and molecular biology procedures. Requires the minimum of a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences or related field and understanding of general research objectives (Refer to requisitions 28120, 25178, 26301, 29294, 29293, 27616, 29007)
Postdoctoral Scientists – perform routine and complex laboratory procedures during a training period. May develop and implement new research techniques and protocols, analyze/interpret data, participate in grant proposals and publications/presentations as author/co-author. Requires the minimum of a Doctorate (MD/Ph.D./VMD/DDS). 1- to 5-year postdoctoral appointments only. (Refer to requisitions 27975, 27410, 27324, 27979, 28318, 27796, 29013, 28846, 27907, 28156, 23766)
Project Scientists – work independently and in cooperation with a Principal Investigator to make significant and creative contributions to a research or creative project in an academic discipline. Requires the minimum of a Ph.D. or highest degree in their field, completion of a postdoctoral appointment, and demonstrative contributions to a research or creative project (Refer to requisitions 29172, 29042, 27695, 27985).
Research Administration positions include Administrative Services Associate (requisition 28331), Research Program Administrator (requisition 28337), Research Specialist I (requisition 27896), Research Bioinformatician I (requisition 27779), IRB Analyst I (requisition 29313), Senior Biostatistician (requisition 27715), and many others.
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