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Postdoctoral position in mechanobiology of tendon development using pluripotent stem cell models at Columbia University

Posted by , on 12 October 2021

Location: New York, NY

Closing Date: 28 February 2022

The Huang Lab at Columbia University is looking for a Postdoctoral Scientist with an interest in stem cell biology, mechanobiology, and regeneration in the context of dense, connective tissues. Potential projects focus on mechanical regulation of tendon development using mouse genetics and pluripotent stem cell models. The position requires expertise in cellular and molecular bioengineering and developmental biology.  Candidates should be highly motivated and independent, with expertise in stem cell biology, tissue culture, molecular biology, and bioengineering.  Previous experience in mouse genetics and mESC/iPSC culture and differentiation is preferred but not required. Established tissue culture experience is required.

The Huang Lab is a member of the Carroll Laboratories in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University in New York City. We are closely affiliated with the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Columbia Stem Cell Initiative. The rich resources at Columbia University offers excellent opportunities for training and cross-disciplinary collaborations. Interested applicants should contact Dr. Alice Huang (ah364@columbia.edu) with a statement of research interests and experience, CV, and information for three references.

Twitter:  @AHHuangLab

Website: https://www.columbiaortho.org/research-labs/huang-lab

 




Closing Date: 28 February 2022

Scientific fields: Stem cells

Model systems: Mouse, Human

Duration: Permanent

Minimum qualifications: PhD in Biology, Bioengineering, or related field

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