Fellowship Opportunities


5 announcements for post-doc positions on complex lymphatic anomalies (Kaposiform lymphangiomatosis, Gorham-Stout disease, generalized lymphatic anomaly, and central conducting lymphatic anomaly).

1. NIH-funded postdoctoral positions are available immediately in the King laboratory at the University of Michigan School at Ann Arbor to study molecular and cellular mechanisms involved in the development of lymphatic and blood vascular anomalies. More Info

2. Postdoctoral position is available in the group of Taija Mäkinen at Uppsala University, Sweden. More Info

3. Recruiting an outstanding MD-PhD or PhD to study lymphatic disease at the Le Cras Research Lab, Cincinnati Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia. More Info

4. A postdoctoral fellowship position is now available in the Scallan Lab in the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of South Florida. More Info

5. A postdoctoral training position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Michael Dellinger, in the Hamon Center for Therapeutic Oncology Research at UT Southwestern Medical Center to study the biology of complex lymphatic anomalies. More Info

Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Human Lymphatic Disorders

Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Bethesda, MD and surrounding area

Qualifications: The position is open to individuals with a PhD degree and less than 5 years of postdoctoral experience. The successful applicant will be expected to lead their own projects, contribute to collaborative research efforts in the laboratory, and publish first author papers in peer reviewed journals. Experience in vascular, developmental, cell, zebrafish, or molecular biology or genetics as well as some computational proficiency is highly desirable, but not required. Applicants should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.

To apply: Please email to sarah.sheppard@nih.gov (use the subject: Postdoc Application - "YourLastName") and send a single PDF file containing: a cover letter (describe your motivation for pursuing postdoctoral training, why you are interested in our lab, how your background fits our research, and what type of projects you would like to work on), your current curriculum vitae, a representative published manuscript, and names of three references with email addresses and phone numbers. If you are unable to complete these application requirements due to a disability and would like to apply, please contact us for accommodations.

Deadline: Please email your application by September 1, 2022.

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Postdoctoral Fellow/Staff Scientist/Research Technician

The Srinivasan Lab at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF) studies lymphatic vascular development and disease. The lab uses state of the art biochemical, cell biological and transgenic technologies to dissect the roles of transcription factors and signaling molecules.

We are recruiting motivated researchers to conduct NIH supported research about the development and functioning of the lymphatic vasculature. The ideal candidate will be enthusiastic about challenging projects and will have experience with Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry or Immunology. Experience with mouse models is preferred.

Required Qualifications
Postdoctoral Fellow/Staff Scientist: PhD, MD, or PhD/MD
Research Technician: Undergraduate degree and above.

Salary of postdoctoral fellows is according to the stipulation of NIH. Salary of the Staff Scientist/Research Technician will be commensurate with experience. Preference will be given to candidates with publications in respected journals. Please send CV, list of 3 references, reprints of publications and a brief summary of interests and career goals to Sathish-srinivasan@omrf.org.

OMRF is an independent, not-for-profit, biomedical research institute in Oklahoma City, USA. OMRF has been selected as one of the best research institutions for post-docs in the USA by The Scientist journal. Oklahoma City metropolitan area offers affordable housing, low cost of living, great public schools and numerous recreational activities. Additional information about OMRF can be found at http://omrf.org. Please check the Srinivasan lab website for more information about our research: https://srinivasan.omrf.org/.