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Assistant/Associate Professor, Pharmacology
Western University of Health Sciences
Establish and maintain an active research program in Pharmacology. Responsible for establishing curriculum, subject matter and methods of instruction and those aspects of student life which relate to the educational process. Promote, by precept and example, a general atmosphere within the University of respect for knowledge, thought and inquiry. The faculty member has the right and obligation to participate in scheduled meetings of the General Faculty. Election to the Faculty Council and election or appointment to committees should be considered a privilege and faculty members are encouraged to share in these responsibilities. Contribute to the planning, development and evaluation of courses and academic programs within the University.

EDUCATION: A PhD or equivalent from an accredited institution of higher learning.
EXPERIENCE: 2 years post-doctoral experience teaching at an accredited institution of higher learning.

Link: https://jobs.westernu.edu/postings/21097
Laboratory Technician II
Western University of Health Sciences, COMP-NW
The Laboratory Technician at COMP-Northwest will perform routine laboratory functions to support scientific experiments and investigations in the Research Lab including, but not limited to, conducting inventory of supplies and samples; recording and analyzing data; conducting experiments and writing reports on the findings; and maintaining a safe environment in the lab. The position will also train students on laboratory techniques and help guide them on independent research projects.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Must have a solid foundation in science subjects such as biology and chemistry
The ability to learn and follow specific scientific techniques
Ability to use technical equipment with accuracy and efficiency
Outstanding attention to detail
Ability to work independently as well as in a team
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Strong time management skills


Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field required, or working towards completion. At least 1 year experience in a laboratory environment. Full time position with benefits.
Link: https://jobs.westernu.edu/postings/21938
All levels at the Galvan Lab
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Research at the Galvan Lab (@Galvan_Lab on Twitter) showed that molecular mediators of aging and Alzheimer’s are deeply interconnected. Want to discover the age-related mechanisms that drive AD? Join us at the Galvan Lab. Hiring all levels, postdocs as T32 Geroscience Training Grant Fellows.
Link: https://www.galvanlab.org/
Postdoctoral Fellow, NIA, NIH
National Institute on Aging, NIH
The Basisty Lab at NIA is hiring seeking postdoctoral fellows to take on exciting projects in aging biology and proteomics in a very dynamic, collaborative environment at the National Institute on Aging.

We are seeking two postdoctoral fellows:
1) A motivated postdoctoral fellow to take the lead on an exciting new project to identify subsets of senescent cells in mice that drive aging phenotypes.

2) A postdoctoral fellow with interest/experience in computational analysis and/or mass spectrometry based proteomics.

Postdoctoral fellows have access to numerous training and career development opportunities through the NIH,. Scientific training with state-of-the-art technologies and collaborations with human studies such as Baltimore Longitudinal Study on Aging (BLSA) will be offered.

How to Apply: I am happy to discuss the position during AGE meeting, arranged through email or contacted through Whova. Otherwise, please email a (i) CV, (ii) cover letter detailing research interest, experience, and career goals, and (iii) three professional references to Nathan Basisty, PhD at nathan.basisty@nih.gov.
Link: https://www.nia.nih.gov/research/labs/translational-geroproteomics-unit#:~:text=The%20Translational%20Geroproteomics%20Unit%20(TGU,for%20the%20pathologies%20of%20aging.
Postdoc in Madison with the Anderson lab
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Interested in aging? Have some experience with bioinformatics, computer science, and/or high-throughput biological data analysis? Position available to work on metabolism, aging, and models of delayed aging. Join the Anderson lab! This position is supported by a newly funded R01. The work will focus on high-throughput molecular profiling data derived from the UW-Madison rhesus monkey caloric restriction (CR) and aging study. To apply, please send a current CV and letter of interest to Dr. Rozalyn Anderson (mcbarlab@medicine.wisc.edu), including “Postdoc Application” in the subject line.
Link: https://andersonlab.medicine.wisc.edu/lab-positions/
Postdoctoral Researcher and research associate – Zhou lab@Buck institute
Buck institute
The Zhou lab @ Buck Institute is looking for a Postdoctoral Researcher and a research associate to study proteostasis and mitochondria during stress, cellular aging, and the development of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The Zhou lab uses budding yeast, together with human cell culture and fruit fly, to study the cell biology of aging with an emphasis on proteostasis and mitochondria/lysosome. Proteostasis defect and mitochondrial/lysosomal dysfunction are two conserved hallmarks of aging and many neurodegenerative diseases, including AD. Budding yeast is an ideal model to study the cellular aging and rejuvenation processes, both happen at the same time along the axis of asymmetric cell division. We use multiple cutting-edge imaging methods, high-throughput screening, biochemistry, bioinformatics, and machine learning to address systematically the response of cellular proteome towards stress, aging and AD-related proteins. We also design new technologies and engineer new tools to solve the problems we face.

As proteostasis and mitochondrial components are conserved in all organisms, our strategy is to take advantage of high-throughput platforms to quickly discover new fundamental mechanisms in budding yeast and use novel mechanisms to guide further exploration in other animal models (e.g. fruit fly) and human cells. We are interested in questions related to protein folding, protein misfolding/aggregation, phase separation, mitochondrial biogenesis and dysfunctions, as well as other cell biological questions, in response to stress, aging, and AD. Our goal is for the Postdoctoral Researcher to publish several high-profile papers and prepare projects they can take to their own lab in the future. For research associate, we offer opportunities to lead independent projects that can generate co-author or first author papers after initial training with senior postdocs.

Your success is the common interest we share! Please check the Zhou lab webpage for recent publications

Link: None
Postdoctoral Researcher
University of Minnesota
The postdoctoral fellow will be expected to perform experiments, analyze data, and write manuscripts to ensure the successful execution of a recently funded NIH R01 grant. The Zordoky lab is studying the cardiovascular complications of cancer treatments in clinically relevant in vitro and in vivo model. In our recently funded R01 grant, we will be determining the mechanistic interplay between juvenile exposure to anthracyclines and adult-time exposure to psychosocial stress.

Required Qualifications:

PhD degree in Pharmacology/Toxicology or a closely related biomedical field.

Experience in cardiovascular, aging, and/or cancer research as demonstrated by first-authored published research papers in peer-reviewed journals.

Excellent written and oral communication skills.

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience in small animal echocardiography.

Experience in isolating cardiomyocyte, endothelial cells, and cardiac fibroblasts.

Experience in flow-mediated dilation and other vascular biology techniques.

Experience in histopathology assessment of cardiovascular diseases.

Experience in advanced molecular biology techniques.

Knowledge in bioinformatics.

Knowledge in areas of cellular senescence and cardiovascular aging.

Familiarity with tumor-bearing mouse models.

Eligibility for NIH fellowship and other training grants.

Working Conditions:

Most of the required work will be performed in a wet lab setting. Data analysis and manuscript writing will be performed in a desk/office setting within or next to the lab and/or remotely. Travel to national and international conferences will be required to present the findings and get abreast of most recent research.
Link: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/3064440434/?refId=6BxpJ5mzRN2os9IBFmxS%2BQ%3D%3D
Scientific Editor
Cell Metabolism, Cell Press
🔥🗣️We are seeking a motivated, enthusiastic full-time Scientific Editor to join the Cell Metabolism team! Please reach out if you have any questions about the position!
Link: https://relx.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/ElsevierJobs/job/Cambridge-MA/Scientific-Editor--Cell-Metabolism_R39498-1
PhD student
Traustadottir Lab, Northern Arizona University
Seeking a doctoral student who is interested in redox biology of aging and cell signaling
Link: https://in.nau.edu/traustadottir-lab-biological-sciences/
Postdoctoral fellow - GOOD SALARY - Movila lab - dental and bone research
Indiana University School of Dentistry
https://indiana.peopleadmin.com/postings/12974
Postdoctoral Position at the NIA, NIH
National Institute on Aging, NIH
The National Institute on Aging, a major research component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is recruiting one postdoctoral fellow to join the Laboratory of Genetics and Genomics (LGG), Intramural Research Program (IRP), in the Functional Epigenomics Unit headed by Dr. Payel Sen (https://irp.nih.gov/pi/payel-sen). The Sen lab investigates epigenetic mechanisms driving tissue aging. Trainees in the laboratory routinely perform advanced bulk and single-cell genomics, analyze data using computational tools, utilize mouse models of aging, present research findings in meetings, and access NIH-wide resources and training opportunities.

Candidates should have a Ph.D. degree or equivalent in biomedicine, less than five years of postdoctoral training, and one or more first-author peer-reviewed academic paper(s) in chromosome biology, cancer biology, or geroscience. Candidates may be U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or foreign nationals. Salary will be commensurate with research experience according to the NIH intramural pay scale.

Successful applicants will have:
- Expertise in molecular biology practices, genetics, and genomics
- Knowledge of chromatin and transcription regulation
- Experience in mouse handling, dissection, and histology
- Proficiency in data analysis, knowledge of R and/or python
- Experience in data presentation and statistical analyses
- Ability to communicate both orally and in writing
- Ability to plan and conduct independent research with PI supervision
- Skills to develop contacts and research collaborations within LGG, NIA, and other groups

Interested applicants should send a CV, contact information of three references, and a paragraph on a potential project/idea they would like to explore in the field of epigenetics and aging to Dr. Payel Sen (payel.sen@nih.gov) with the subject “Postdoc 2022”.

Postdoc in the Lamming Lab in Madison
UW-Madison
A postdoc position in the Lamming lab is available for researchers interested in studying how what, when, and how much we eat regulates healthy aging using mouse models.
Link: http://lamminglab.org
Postdoctoral Associate - Kaczorowski Lab - Aging/Alzheimer’s
The Jackson Laboratory
The Kaczorowski Lab at The Jackson Laboratory is seeking a Postdoctoral Associate to investigate mechanisms underlying susceptibility and resilience to normal aging and Alzheimer’s disease (https://www.neuro-central.com/2018/09/19/risk-resilience-understanding-role-genetics-alzheimers-disease/). Dr. Kaczorowski is an Associate Professor and the Evnin Family Endowed Chair in Alzheimer’s Research at the Jackson Laboratory – a research institution specializing in genetics and genomics in order to discover solutions for disease. Projects leverage novel mouse models, in vitro slice electrophysiology, circuit mapping and genome engineering to understand how genetic and environmental factors interact to influence learning and memory, cognitive aging, neurodegeneration, and Alzheimer’s. Sources of support include NIH, BrightFocus, The Glenn Foundation for Medical Research, as well as generous philanthropy awards in support of research and innovation in areas of normal aging and Alzheimer’s Disease.

Exceptional candidates will have the opportunity to apply for the prestigious JAX Scholar award, which supports promising early-career postdoctoral associates conducting cutting edge biomedical and basic biological research at JAX. The award includes an independent research and travel budget and a salary above our standard postdoctoral scale (https://www.jax.org/education-and-learning/pre-and-postdoctoral-program/jax-scholars
Postdoctoral Fellow - Neuroscience - Geroscience T32 Training Program
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Research @Galvan_Lab showed that molecular mediators of aging and Alzheimer’s are deeply interconnected. Want to discover the age-related mechanisms that drives AD? Join us @Galvan_Lab. Hiring a Postdoctoral Fellow, Geroscience T32 Training Program.
Link: http://www.galvanlab.org
Postdoctoral Fellow
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
The @FreemanLabOMRF studies the neurobiology of aging using in vivo mouse models, large scale omics techniques, and bioinformatics. Another growing area of interest in the lab is sex differences in age-related diseases of the brain. Join us @FreemanLabOMRF!
Link: https://freemanlab.omrf.org
Postdoctoral positions at Sadagurski lab, Neuroscience
Wayne State University
we have two NIH funded postdoctoral positions to study effects of anti aging interventions on aging brain and the detrimental effect of pollutants on aging brain. Come visit our website and send an email for questions.
Link: s.wayne.edu/sadagurski-lab/
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