Hara lab, Department of Neurosurgery & Biointerfaces Institute - University of Michigan, USA
Our new laboratory at the University of Michigan aims to understand at the molecular level how cell diversity and communications are altered in the complex ecosystem of brain tumors. Working at the intersection of human biology, model systems, and single-cell genomics, our goal is to integrate fresh perspectives from our projects into a translational path. We seek motivated postdoctoral fellows who are capable of working independently to bring research projects forward while maximizing our collaborative environment. A background in molecular and cell biology, neuroscience, immunology, or computer science is desirable; however, the most relevant quality is drive and curiosity toward understanding incurable cancers. We are committed to providing a supportive training environment to extend and complement your skills, with a focus on mentorship and professional development.
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Ann Arbor is a vibrant and diverse city located in the state of Michigan, in the United States. It is home to the University of Michigan, one of the top research universities in the world, and an ideal place for postdoctoral fellows who are interested in cancer research. With its high quality of life, strong economy, beautiful natural areas, and world-class research opportunities, the city offers a unique and exciting experience for researchers from around the world.
To apply, please submit a CV and a cover letter containing reasons why you are interested in this position and a description of your professional experiences, to Toshiro Hara at "email@example.com". Selected candidates will be asked to provide contact information for three references and then invited for a virtual or in-person interview. This will be an opportunity to discuss and learn more about the research program, professional and personal environment, and mentorship from the PI and other individuals.