Postdoctoral Fellow positions (can join anytime between 2019 fall to 2020 spring) are available in Lee laboratory at Johns Hopkins University. These positions are not for stem cell experts, rather for who has expertise on non-stem cell fields are preferable.
Here are the focused research areas for this hiring for 3-4 Postdoctoral Fellows.
– General biochemistry
– Modeling neurodegeneration with organoids
– Epigenetics/NGS/single-cell transcriptome analysis
The Lee lab has been establishing novel methodologies to specify human induced pluripotent cells (hiPSCs) into multiple lineages and to model human diseases, including induced neural crest (Kim et al., Cell Stem Cell, 2014), peripheral neurons (Oh et al., Cell Stem Cell, 2016; Oh et al., Nature Neuroscience, 2017), Schwann cells (Mukherjee-Clavin et al., Nation Biomedical Engineering, 2019) and skeletal muscle cells (Choi et al., Cell Reports, 2016; Choi et al., submitted; Sun et al., submitted) using multiple genetic reporter systems. We continue to study human developmental and degenerative disorders to unravel the underlying cellular/molecular mechanism toward realistic therapeutic approaches.
Compensation is following NIH guideline and JHU is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Applicants can send a CV (with three reference contact info) to the address listed below:
Gabsang Lee, DVM, PhD
Associate Professor, Institute for Cell Engineering, Department of Neurology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD 21205, USA