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Postdoc - Vascular Engineering
University of Pittsburgh
Development of biomaterials for cardiovascular regeneration - contact directly for more details but AVAILABLE NOW!
Link: None
Postdoc-cardiovascular development and ECM
Rutgers University-NJMS
Looking for a postdoc interested in studying functions of ECM in cardiovascular development and progenitor cell fate. Experience with cell biology, biochemistry and imaging is a plus, we’ll teach you the rest.
Link: https://sites.rutgers.edu/astrof-lab/
Postdoc - collagen V mechanobiology
Michigan Technological University
A postdoc is needed to perform research regarding collagen V and how it can induce differences in collagen microstructure and fibroblast behavior with the ECM.
Link: https://hanlab.biomed.mtu.edu
Post-doctoral Fellow
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Metastatic Dormancy and Recurrence
Postdoctoral positions are available in the laboratory of Dr. Srinivas Malladi, Ph.D., Department of Pathology at UT Southwestern Medical Center to study metastatic dormancy and recurrences in breast, lung and renal Adenocarcinomas. Malladi lab is focused on developing improved diagnostic and therapeutic modalities for treating residual disease and metastasis. We employ molecular, biochemical, immunologic, genomic, imaging and computational based techniques to understand the biology of latent metastasis in cancers using mouse models, xenografts and patient samples.
Link: https://www.utsouthwestern.edu/research/postdoctoral-scholars/assets/minimal-residual-disease-metastasis-malladi1.pdf
Post doctoral fellow
Vanderbilt University
We work on cell-ecm interactions in the kidney using in vitro and in vivo models. Well funded and great projects.
Postdoctoral fellowship
Boston Children’s Harvard Med School
Proteoglycan biology in infection and inflammation
Link: None
Postdoc research fellows
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
We work on vascular aging and dementia using in vitro cell culture, in vivo animal models, human tissues, and comprehensive multi-Omics and pathophysiological approaches. Well funded, great projects and a dynamic team with graduate students, postdoc and junior faculty. Highly motivated new graduates with a good track record and career goals in advancing vascular health and aging are encouraged to contact for more details.
Link: None
Systems Pathology Postdoctoral Fellow or Research Associate
Thomas Jefferson University
We are looking for two Postdoctoral Fellows or Research Associates with expertise in bioinformatics or computational biology to work with our interdisciplinary team on systems pathology approaches for building new clinical decision making tools for liver transplantation, end stage liver disease, liver cancer, and acute liver failure prognostics.
Our team includes surgeons, hepatologists, pathologists, molecular biologists, engineers, and bioinformaticians. We have access to unique human tissue biobanks, high resolution imaging and multiplex molecular analysis tools for clinical/translational research.
We support career development and mentorship for growing skills in engaging with and leading interdisciplinary team science efforts.
Link: http://tinyurl.com/vadigepalli
Post doc and PhD positions
University of Manchester
How do tissues connect?

We are recruiting to this exciting research project - which will be led by Rachel Lennon at the University of Manchester, UK and David Sherwood at Duke University, USA.

Basement membranes are thin, flexible, protein-scaffolds that surround and usually separate tissues. However, there are instances where basement membrane linkage enable connections between tissues. How these connections are constructed and their significance have so far remained elusive to scientists due to a lack of suitable experimental tools.
A break through in this came from work at Duke University with the discovery of basement membrane connections in C.elegans, a tiny round-worm that shares many similarities with humans at the molecular level. Through innovative techniques such as genetic manipulation and endogenous protein tagging, the team discovered an adhesion complex in C.elegans that connects tissues through basement membranes in the uterus and is essential for maintaining reproductive organ integrity. Importantly, the same adhesion complex also exists in multiple human tissues such as kidney filtration capillaries, the blood-brain barrier, lung alveoli, the cochlea and eye.

Funding from an 8-year Wellcome Trust Discovery Award will allow the teams to use complementary approaches to explore the structure and mechanisms of this newly identified adhesion system through a platform of animal and cell systems. This research has great potential to transform our understanding of how basement membrane linkages help tissues to function and how this is disrupted through disease. In turn these discoveries will inform new approaches for protecting and repairing tissue connections, ultimately leading to improved human health.

If is sounds exciting- please find Rachel or David or send an email-
Link: https://www.wellcome-matrix.org/
Postdoc
U Arizona
Glycocalyx, proteoglycans and cardiovascular function
Link: None
Postdoc fellow
Weill Cornell Medicine
Studying the impacts of sphingolipid signaling in cardiometabolic diseases by combining transcriptomic, lipidomic and FACS analysis approach to in vivo and ex vivo disease models. Knowledge of RNA seq analysis, transcriptional regulation and/or FACS analysis are required.
Link: https://vivo.weill.cornell.edu/display/cwid-and2039
Postdoctoral Fellow
Case Western Reserve University
Understanding the role of ECM in cardiovascular development and disease and identifying novel, causative congenital heart defect genes.
Link: None
post doc
Stanford
NIH-sponsored post-doctoral position is available to study basic mechanisms of liver fibrosis using animal models of obesity/non-alcoholic and alcoholic steatohepatitis with a special focus on liver cancer and matrix biology, ECM analyses, collagen architecture, mechanosignaling. The project will have translational components. Expertise in liver disease models, bioinformatics or immunology is a plus. The post-doctoral fellow will be expected to apply for internal and/or extramural funding, and to attend conferences to build their national/international reputation.
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