Date Posted: Jul 31, 2018
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
We are seeking one or two highly motivated postdoctoral fellows in the area of single-cell proteomic technology, starting immediately in the Multiplex Biotechnology Laboratory. The potential postdoc will work on research projects related to biomedical microtechnology and single-cell systems biology for disease diagnosis and treatment. Research directions include exploring molecular engineering, bioinformatics, microarrays, microfluidics, systems biology, and cell biology for emerging problems in immunological diseases, cancer biology, immunotherapy, and regenerative medicine.
The postdoctoral fellow must have related experiences in one or more of the following areas: immunoassay, mouse model, DNA microarray, microfluidics and nanotechnology, systems biology, bioinformatics, cancer/immunology, biosensor, and biomaterials. Engineering or biomedical science background with experience of mouse blood cell experiments is preferred, and less than 3 years after obtaining the PhD degree is preferred. The candidate should have demonstrated ingenuity, productivity, and ability to work in a diverse, high energy environment. Salary is commensurate with research experience and ability. We expect the candidate can make significant contribution to our multidisciplinary team, and can publish significant papers in top journals.
Interested candidates should send a letter describing your interest in the position, CV, and names of three references to Email: email@example.com. Evaluation of candidates will begin immediately and will continue until these positions are filled. The candidate should pledge to join our group immediately after acceptance of the position. For any questions, please contact Dr. Jun Wang, Assistant Professor, SUNY Albany. Website: http://www.multiplexbiotechnologylab.com/
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