Postdoctoral fellow positions at the Indiana Biosciences Research Institute are available in the Single Cell Analytics Center, directed by Dr. Mike Pugia, and in the Regenerative Medicine and Metabolic Biology lab directed by Dr. Teresa Mastracci. More specifically the following postdoc roles have recently been created:
- Analytical Chemistry
- Cell Biology
- Regenerative Medicine and Metabolic Biology
Responsibilities and duties
The responsibilities and duties are more fully described for each respective postdoc role. Postdocs will be assigned to a team and will work closely with their respective supervisors to advance the research, publish papers, present results, and pursue applications of the technologies being developed.
Qualifications and skills
We are seeking applicants who are highly motivated, enthusiastic, entrepreneurial and creative. Specific skills and qualifications for each position are included on the IBRI website. Interested individuals are encouraged to apply directly through the IBRI's website athttp://www.indianabiosciences.org/careers/ provide a brief letter stating your accomplishments and interest in the lab’s research, curriculum vitae, and a list of three references.
NIH scale plus benefits
The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute (IBRI) is the first industry-inspired applied research institute focused on the discovery and development of innovative solutions to address major health concerns. Our initial focus areas include diabetes, cardio-metabolic disease, and poor nutrition. IBRI is structured as an independent, non-profit organization strategically positioned in Indianapolis: the center of Indiana’s vibrant life sciences network of innovators including corporations, academics, and foundations.
IBRI is building an organization of premier entrepreneurial researchers and innovators. We are motivated to create discoveries that transform into solutions that positively impact people’s lives. Our mission of “Discovery with Purpose” prioritizes recruiting exceptional talent, building a highly-collaborative culture, and establishing a diverse portfolio of projects and programs supported by industry, government, and philanthropic sources.