University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
The Bergmeier lab at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is currently seeking a postdoctoral research fellow to conduct in vivo and in vitro studies aimed at a better understanding of how the function of megakaryocytes and platelets is controlled by small GTPases. Our experimental approach combines biophysical/-chemical and cell biological work with state-of-the-art imaging techniques such as lattice light sheet, 2-photon and spinning disk confocal microscopy. The Bergmeier lab is embedded in a vibrant scientific community at UNC Chapel Hill as well as a network of (inter)national collaborators. Please find more information on our website: http://bergmeierlab.web.unc.edu/
UNC Chapel Hill is one of the premier research institutions in the USA. Medical research is ranked in the top 25 of all US universities, with several Departments, such as Biochemistry/Biophysics, Pharmacology and Genetics, ranked in the top 10. In addition to world-class basic science departments, UNC-CH has many Centers and Institutes, including the UNC Blood Research Center (BRC). This institute was recently established to promote interdisciplinary research in non-malignant blood disorders such as Thrombosis, Bleeding Disorders, and Sickle Cell Disease. To learn more about the BRC, please visit www.med.unc.edu/bloodresearchcenter/.
Candidates must have a PhD and/or MD degree. There are no specific requirements with regard to the applicant’s technical skills, but he/she is expected to be highly motivated and willing to perform animal studies. A competitive salary will be provided. Interested applicants are invited to send a copy of their curriculum vitae, contact information for three references (address, phone number, email), and a brief statement of career goals to Wolfgang Bergmeier, PhD, at [email protected].