NIEHS Postdocs in Stress Hormone Signaling in Multiple Organ SystemsPosted: 05 15, 2017
2 POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS AVAILABLE
STRESS HORMONE SIGNALING IN MULTIPLE ORGAN SYSTEMS
NATIONAL INSTITUES OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SICENCES, RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NORTH CAROLINA
Two post-doctoral positions will be available in September 2017 to study molecular mechanisms of stress hormone actions in genetically modified animals. The positions are in the Molecular Endocrinology section of the Signal Transduction Laboratory under the direction of Dr. John A. Cidlowski. We strive to define cell type specific actions of glucocorticoids and their mechanisms of control of inflammation and homeostasis in mouse models and in humans.
Applicants must have a PH.D., M.D., or D.V.M degree and less than 4 years of post-doctoral experience. We seek motivated, enthusiastic colleagues who enjoy independence. We have world-class facilities and a highly interactive research environment with exceptional resources. Expertise in molecular biology and the use of animal models are a plus. Documented evidence of peer reviewed publications is essential for consideration.
Candidates should submit a CV including contact information for 3-4 references, to:
Dr. John A. Cidlowski
Chief, Signal Transduction Laboratory
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences,
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina
Further information about our laboratory and Signal Transduction Laboratory can be found at https://www.niehs.nih.gov/research/atniehs/labs/stl/index.cfm