Postdoctoral fellow in cell biology and biophysics at Chapman University
The Comparative Biomaterials Lab at Chapman University is hiring a postdoc to work on an NSF-funded project on the cell biology and biophysics of hagfish slime. For more information on the research area, please visit https://sites.chapman.edu/fudge/.
The ideal candidate will possess expertise in confocal microscopy and live cell imaging and be able to work with non-model organisms. Postdoctoral Fellow must hold a Ph.D. in cell biology or biophysics by the beginning of employment at Chapman University. The doctorate must have been awarded within the last five years. Appointment can begin as early as January, 2019. Fellows are offered a competitive salary, benefits, research support, and personalized professional development in research.
Applicants should send electronic copies of their CV, research statement, list of publications, and names and contact information for three references to Dr. Douglas Fudge at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications should be received before November 5, 2018 to receive full consideration, but the position will remain open until filled.
Chapman University, located in the heart of Orange County, California, is ranked in the top tier of western universities by U.S. News and World Report, and has gained national recognition for its commitment to excellence through innovative research and teaching. Schmid College of Science and Technology embodies Chapman’s commitment to interdisciplinarity, fostering an outstanding community of teacher-scholars across a broad range of undergraduate and graduate programs. More information on the College and its 140,000 ft2 home, the Keck Center for Science and Engineering, can be found here: www.chapman.edu/science.