Postdoctoral fellow in reproduction at University of Pennsylvania
Postdoctoral positions are available at the University of Pennsylvania to study meiosis, male infertility, and male contraception. One position is for investigating mammalian in vitro spermatogenesis and meiosis using genomic, genetic, lentiviral, and RNAi approaches. The second position is for characterizing meiosis-specific proteins, screening small-molecule inhibitors for contraception, and studying genetic causes of male infertility in humans. Our group focuses on the study of germline development and meiosis in mice and humans as well as genetic causes of human male infertility. Meiosis, a cell division unique to germ cells, allows the reciprocal exchange of genetic material between paternal and maternal genomes. More information about recent publications from my laboratory can be found at the website
Candidates with a recent/expected Ph.D. should have a strong background and technical skills in molecular biology, mammalian cell culture, protein biochemistry, reproduction, or lentiviral technology. Anticipated start date is August 1st, 2018 or sooner. Generous stipends will be paid according to NIH NRSA postdoctoral stipend levels. Candidates with more than one year of postdoctoral experience will not be considered. Highly motivated and diligent individuals with at least one first-authored high-quality publication are encouraged to send a cover letter, CV, and names and contact information for three referees to: Jeremy Wang, Department of Biomedical Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA. Email: email@example.com. University of Pennsylvania, one of the eight Ivy League schools, is located in the vibrant Philadelphia metropolitan district and is one of the top research universities in the world.