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Postdoctoral Fellow at the National Institute on Aging (NIA), NIH
National Institute on Aging, NIH
The Translational Geroproteomics Unit (TGU) is seeking diverse, highly motivated, and enthusiastic postdoctoral fellows to tackle important questions in aging biology using proteomic approaches. This is a full-time and fully funded primary research fellowship for individuals interested in leveraging mass spectrometry-based proteomics to have a translational impact on age-related diseases linked to hallmarks of aging such as cellular senescence and loss of proteostasis. Postdoctoral fellows will be mentored by Dr. Nathan Basisty, and will have access to a highly interactive, resourceful, and dynamic scientific environment with state-of-the-art instrumentation and ample opportunities for training and career development.

Interested candidates may reach out directly to Nathan Basisty at
Post Doc Positions
Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute
My lab studies epigenetics of cell senescence, cancer and aging. We have ongoing projects to join (CCF, epigenetic clocks, aging and cancer, chromostasis, coupling development to aging etc...), projects planned, or can discuss ideas that you have. I am at the mtg Tuesday - Friday. Please reach out if you'd like to discuss. Best, Peter.
Post-doctoral Research Position
Orentreich Foundation for the Advancement of Science
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Post doctoral positions
The Translational Gerontology Branch at the National Institute on Aging is looking to hire 2-3 postdoctoral fellows with experience in the following fields, the biology of aging, longevity studies, behavior, neurosciences, molecular biology and bioinformatics to conduct research on interventions and longitudinal studies on aging. If you have any candidates or grad students close to finish their degrees or current postdocs looking for positions who might be interested in joining our branch, please let me know and pass along my contact information. They may apply by email to, and they should include a cover letter and CV that include potential references.
Postdoctoral Fellows in Functional Genomics
Northwestern University, Feinberg Medical School
The Winter Lab of Functional Genomics is looking to hire talented and motivated scientists as postdoctoral fellows. The Winter Lab uses functional genomic approaches to study the gene regulatory networks of immune cells, particularly macrophages, in health and disease. We currently have several grant-funded projects on macrophages in aging, rheumatoid arthritis, and other inflammatory and age-related diseases. We are looking to fill 2 positions: one for a postdoc to perform experiments using mice and clinical samples and do their own analysis (50:50) and one for a computational postdoc to perform multi-dimensional analyses involving software development, modelling, and/or machine learning (dry). Candidates for the 50:50 position should have expertise in working with mice, tissue processing, flow cytometry/FACS, and or library preparation for genomic assays. Some prior experience with computational analysis is desirable but there is an expectation that they will build on these skills during the postdoc. Candidates for the dry position should have advanced skills in programming and statistics and some experience with genomics. Prior knowledge of immunology is not required.
Postdoctoral Fellow-Kapahi Lab
Buck Institute
The Kapahi lab is looking for a postdoctoral fellow to study aging and neurodegeneration in flies or mice. Please email me at or find me at the meeting for any questions.
Postdoc in the Sinclair lab
Harvard Medical School Feel free to find Alice Kane at the meeting if you have any questions or want more information!
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Postdoc in the Leiser Lab
University of Michigan
The Leiser lab is looking for at least 1 postdoc interested in studying the biology of aging. Projects available include cell non autonomous regulation of aging and drug discovery in worms, and metabolic regulation of aging in mice.
Postdoc in the Curran Lab
University of Southen California
Two NIH-funded postdoctoral fellow positions are available in the Curran laboratory at University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, California, USA. These positions are funded by independent NIH projects aimed to investigate age-related changes in metabolic homeostasis across the lifespan in mouse models of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) pathology.
Postdoc in the Richardson Lab
University of Wisconsin, Madison
The Richardson lab studies neuron cell biology in aging using C. elegans. The lab just started a few months ago, and we are looking for motivated scientists who want to follow their curiosity and make discoveries in a rigorous, fun, and inclusive environment.
Postdoctoral Position in Metabolism, Obesity, and Diabetes
Harvard Medical School
The Banks Laboratory at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School is seeking individuals for the position of postdoctoral research fellow. This position is open to recent PhDs, MDs, or MD/PhDs with experience in molecular biology and metabolism. Research areas include the study of molecular and systemic dysfunctions associated with obesity, contributors to impaired glucose homeostasis, and development of therapeutic interventions. This position provides access to state-of-the-art instrumentation and methods.

The successful applicant is expected to possess fluency with standard metabolic and molecular biology techniques and be highly motivated and collaborative. Applicants should also have demonstrated the ability to independently complete research projects. Strong interpersonal skills and excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Working knowledge of the R programming language is a plus.
Postdoctoral fellow
UC Irvine
Postdoctoral position open in DSK laboratory - UC Irvine. We study mechanism of aging using retina as a model system. We couple Epigenomics, Proteomics, Lipidomics, Metabolomics with deciphering the mechanism of aging using molecular and biochemical tools.
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