A postdoctoral position in vascular research at University of Illinois-Chicago
A postdoctoral position in vascular research
at University of Illinois-Chicago
We are looking for a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow. We have identified novel mechanisms mediating intravascular cell-cell interactions under thromboinflammatory conditions including arterial thrombosis, ischemia/reperfusion injury, and sickle cell disease (Li et al. JCI 2014; Barazia et al. Blood 2015; Kim et al. Blood 2017; Li et al. Circulation 2019). The fellow will study the role of thiol isomerases and their signaling in regulating platelet and neutrophil functions using the state-of-the-art techniques including, but not limited to, real-time fluorescence intravital microscopy, gene knockdown/editing systems, confocal/FRET microscopy, in situ and in vivo proximity ligation assays, and animal disease models.
The candidate should have
- a Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degree (or expect to receive)
- previous experience in both confocal microscopy and mouse disease models (preference: a thrombosis or inflammation model)
- excellent written and verbal communication skills in English, and
- first author papers in peer-reviewed journals
The fellow should be eligible for employment in the U.S. Start date is immediate. This is a non-tenure, benefit-eligible position. PI will help the applicant develop his/her career by providing a highly interactive, exciting research environment and by encouraging the preparation of research papers, application of fellowships, and participation at national meetings.
For the consideration, please email 1) a statement of career goal (limit: 1 page), 2) a CV (limit: 3 pages), and 3) contact information of 3 referees (email address and phone number) to
Jaehyung (Gus) Cho, Ph.D.
Department of Pharmacology
University of Illinois-Chicago College of Medicine
Our department (http://mcph.uic.edu) consistently leads the field in funding and is home to a world-class graduate pharmacology program. In 2017, we were ranked 8th in the nation in the field of Pharmacology in NIH research funding. Also, we were ranked in the top 11 in the United States based on QS World University Rankings by Subject in Pharmacy and Pharmacology.
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