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Post-Doctoral Positions - The University of Texas Health Science Center

6/10/2022 - Two or more post-doctoral positions are available immediately in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Biology at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler, Texas, in the fields of hemostasis and thrombosis, inflammation, and cell signaling.

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Judith Graham Pool Postdoctoral Research Fellowship - National Hemophilia Foundation

5/31/2022 - NHF’s premier research fellowship program is named in honor of Dr. Judith Graham Pool. Established by NHF in 1972, the Judith Graham Pool (JGP) Postdoctoral Research Fellowships have provided a long legacy of support for basic science and pre-clinical research in bleeding disorders. In 1965, Dr. Pool discovered a method of extracting clotting factor from human plasma to formulate cryoprecipitate. This breakthrough opened the door to a series of research developments that would revolutionize treatment for hemophilia and ultimately lead to its management through recombinant replacement factor and current extended half-life therapies. Since the program's inception, NHF has funded numerous scientists whose projects have produced vital insights into hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. JGP research fellowship award projects have contributed to the development of safer concentrates, enhanced methods of testing and screening, and have laid the groundwork for current advances in gene therapy for hemophilia.

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Research Fellow: Novel Therapeutics for Bleeding Disorder Program (Dr. George) - Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

5/23/2022 - The Novel Therapeutics for Bleeding Disorder (NoT Bleeding) Program is an institutionally funded effort at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Research Institute to develop new, more effective treatments for patients with bleeding disorders and integrate novel therapies safely into clinical practice. Translational research projects are focused on the use of monoclonal antibodies, gene addition, and gene editing and will be conducted in the laboratories of Dr. Rodney Camire, Benjamin Samelson-Jones, and Lindsey George with extensive collaborations between the groups. Experimental approaches include recombinant protein production and purification, biochemical studies, mammalian and induced pluripotent stem cell culture, AAV vectors, and murine hemostatic models. The postdoctoral fellow (postdoc) will have a terminal degree PhD, MD, or MD-PhD and will, under the direction/guidance of a mentor (Dr. Lindsay A. George, MD), assume responsibility for a specific, ongoing research project focused on understanding the interaction between activated factor VIII and IX and how it can be bypassed as a treatment for hemophilia B. The postdoc experience will serve to extend, refine, and enhance skills necessary for professional and career development, and will enable the individual to broaden his/her scientific background by acquiring new research capabilities. It is expected that this individual will conduct independent scholarly research and will contribute directly to the overall research goals of the project and the research group.  Postdocs will be expected to participate in/lead project planning, recording and interpretation/evaluation of data, and communication of results. Postdocs will also be expected to acquire technical, lab management, and manuscript/grant writing skills; and participate in seminars, lectures, poster sessions, and presentations at national meetings.  Postdoctoral fellows also may be required to supervise junior lab members, develop new methods and protocols for research, and assist with the development of other research projects in the lab.

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Research Fellow: Novel Therapeutics for Bleeding Disorder Program (Dr. Samelson-Jones) - Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

5/23/2022 - The Novel Therapeutics for Bleeding Disorder (NoT Bleeding) Program is an institutionally funded effort at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Research Institute to develop new, more effective treatments for patients with bleeding disorders and integrate novel therapies safely into clinical practice. Translational research projects are focused on the use of monoclonal antibodies, gene addition, and gene editing and will be conducted in the laboratories of Dr. Rodney Camire, Benjamin Samelson-Jones, and Lindsey George with extensive collaborations between the groups. Experimental approaches include recombinant protein production and purification, biochemical studies, mammalian and induced pluripotent stem cell culture, AAV vectors, and murine hemostatic models. The postdoctoral fellow (postdoc) will have a terminal degree PhD, MD, or MD-PhD and will, under the direction/guidance of a mentor (Dr. Samelson-Jones, MD, PhD), assume responsibility for a specific, ongoing research project focused on understanding the interaction between activated factor VIII and IX and how it can be bypassed as a treatment for hemophilia B. The postdoc experience will serve to extend, refine, and enhance skills necessary for professional and career development, and will enable the individual to broaden his/her scientific background by acquiring new research capabilities. It is expected that this individual will conduct independent scholarly research and will contribute directly to the overall research goals of the project and the research group.  Postdocs will be expected to participate in/lead project planning, recording and interpretation/evaluation of data, and communication of results. Postdocs will also be expected to acquire technical, lab management, and manuscript/grant writing skills; and participate in seminars, lectures, poster sessions, and presentations at national meetings.  Postdoctoral fellows also may be required to supervise junior lab members, develop new methods and protocols for research, and assist with the development of other research projects in the lab.

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Postdoctoral Fellow - University of Iowa Children's Hospital

5/12/2022 - A postdoctoral fellow position is available in Dr. Janice Staber’s laboratory in the Stead Family Department of Pediatrics, Division of Hematology/Oncology at the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital. Dr. Staber’s NIH-funded laboratory focuses on the development and application of vector systems for the treatment of inherited disorders and the effects of cerebral microbleeds and neuroinflammation on brain structure and behavior changes in hemophilia A. Postdoctoral scholar will design, perform, and analyze experiments related to bleeding and clotting disorders and outcomes in animal models. Our laboratory aims to apply our knowledge to improve the quality of life, treatment, and outcomes for people with bleeding disorders.

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Postdoctoral Fellow and Research Technologist - Versiti Blood Research Institute, Wisconsin

4/28/2022 - We are seeking highly self-motivated candidates for Research Technologist and Postdoctoral Fellow positions in our laboratory of Metabolism, Fibrinolysis and Thrombosis at the Versiti Blood Research Institute (BRI) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The overall goal of our research laboratory is to understand the interactions between blood clot lysis and lipid/lipoprotein metabolism in thrombosis, atherosclerosis and bleeding disorders. The ideal candidate will be motivated with career goals and have experience in molecular biology laboratory experiments, and handling and performing procedures upon experimental mouse models.

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Postdoctoral Fellow - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

4/28/2022 - A postdoctoral fellow position is available in Dr. Rodney M. Camire’s laboratory in the Division of Hematology at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Research Institute. His NIH-funded laboratory using specialized recombinant clotting factors, biochemical and structural methods, imaging techniques, genetically modified mice, in combination with in vitro and in vivo studies to better understand how clotting factors work and how disturbances in their function lead to bleeding and thrombosis. The laboratory is also interested in using this information to develop new protein and gene-based therapeutic approaches to treat hemophilia, other rare bleeding disorders, and thrombosis which are major causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide.

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Post-Doctoral Positions - The University of Texas Health Science Center

6/10/2022 - Two or more post-doctoral positions are available immediately in the Department of Cellular and Molecular Biology at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler, Texas, in the fields of hemostasis and thrombosis, inflammation, and cell signaling.

Postdoctoral Fellow - University of Iowa Children's Hospital

5/12/2022 - A postdoctoral fellow position is available in Dr. Janice Staber’s laboratory in the Stead Family Department of Pediatrics, Division of Hematology/Oncology at the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital. Dr. Staber’s NIH-funded laboratory focuses on the development and application of vector systems for the treatment of inherited disorders and the effects of cerebral microbleeds and neuroinflammation on brain structure and behavior changes in hemophilia A. Postdoctoral scholar will design, perform, and analyze experiments related to bleeding and clotting disorders and outcomes in animal models. Our laboratory aims to apply our knowledge to improve the quality of life, treatment, and outcomes for people with bleeding disorders.

Postdoctoral Fellow and Research Technologist - Versiti Blood Research Institute, Wisconsin

4/28/2022 - We are seeking highly self-motivated candidates for Research Technologist and Postdoctoral Fellow positions in our laboratory of Metabolism, Fibrinolysis and Thrombosis at the Versiti Blood Research Institute (BRI) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The overall goal of our research laboratory is to understand the interactions between blood clot lysis and lipid/lipoprotein metabolism in thrombosis, atherosclerosis and bleeding disorders. The ideal candidate will be motivated with career goals and have experience in molecular biology laboratory experiments, and handling and performing procedures upon experimental mouse models.

Postdoctoral Fellow - The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

4/28/2022 - A postdoctoral fellow position is available in Dr. Rodney M. Camire’s laboratory in the Division of Hematology at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Research Institute. His NIH-funded laboratory using specialized recombinant clotting factors, biochemical and structural methods, imaging techniques, genetically modified mice, in combination with in vitro and in vivo studies to better understand how clotting factors work and how disturbances in their function lead to bleeding and thrombosis. The laboratory is also interested in using this information to develop new protein and gene-based therapeutic approaches to treat hemophilia, other rare bleeding disorders, and thrombosis which are major causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide.

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Judith Graham Pool Postdoctoral Research Fellowship - National Hemophilia Foundation

5/31/2022 - NHF’s premier research fellowship program is named in honor of Dr. Judith Graham Pool. Established by NHF in 1972, the Judith Graham Pool (JGP) Postdoctoral Research Fellowships have provided a long legacy of support for basic science and pre-clinical research in bleeding disorders. In 1965, Dr. Pool discovered a method of extracting clotting factor from human plasma to formulate cryoprecipitate. This breakthrough opened the door to a series of research developments that would revolutionize treatment for hemophilia and ultimately lead to its management through recombinant replacement factor and current extended half-life therapies. Since the program's inception, NHF has funded numerous scientists whose projects have produced vital insights into hemophilia and other bleeding disorders. JGP research fellowship award projects have contributed to the development of safer concentrates, enhanced methods of testing and screening, and have laid the groundwork for current advances in gene therapy for hemophilia.

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Research Fellow: Novel Therapeutics for Bleeding Disorder Program (Dr. George) - Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

5/23/2022 - The Novel Therapeutics for Bleeding Disorder (NoT Bleeding) Program is an institutionally funded effort at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Research Institute to develop new, more effective treatments for patients with bleeding disorders and integrate novel therapies safely into clinical practice. Translational research projects are focused on the use of monoclonal antibodies, gene addition, and gene editing and will be conducted in the laboratories of Dr. Rodney Camire, Benjamin Samelson-Jones, and Lindsey George with extensive collaborations between the groups. Experimental approaches include recombinant protein production and purification, biochemical studies, mammalian and induced pluripotent stem cell culture, AAV vectors, and murine hemostatic models. The postdoctoral fellow (postdoc) will have a terminal degree PhD, MD, or MD-PhD and will, under the direction/guidance of a mentor (Dr. Lindsay A. George, MD), assume responsibility for a specific, ongoing research project focused on understanding the interaction between activated factor VIII and IX and how it can be bypassed as a treatment for hemophilia B. The postdoc experience will serve to extend, refine, and enhance skills necessary for professional and career development, and will enable the individual to broaden his/her scientific background by acquiring new research capabilities. It is expected that this individual will conduct independent scholarly research and will contribute directly to the overall research goals of the project and the research group.  Postdocs will be expected to participate in/lead project planning, recording and interpretation/evaluation of data, and communication of results. Postdocs will also be expected to acquire technical, lab management, and manuscript/grant writing skills; and participate in seminars, lectures, poster sessions, and presentations at national meetings.  Postdoctoral fellows also may be required to supervise junior lab members, develop new methods and protocols for research, and assist with the development of other research projects in the lab.

Research Fellow: Novel Therapeutics for Bleeding Disorder Program (Dr. Samelson-Jones) - Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

5/23/2022 - The Novel Therapeutics for Bleeding Disorder (NoT Bleeding) Program is an institutionally funded effort at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) Research Institute to develop new, more effective treatments for patients with bleeding disorders and integrate novel therapies safely into clinical practice. Translational research projects are focused on the use of monoclonal antibodies, gene addition, and gene editing and will be conducted in the laboratories of Dr. Rodney Camire, Benjamin Samelson-Jones, and Lindsey George with extensive collaborations between the groups. Experimental approaches include recombinant protein production and purification, biochemical studies, mammalian and induced pluripotent stem cell culture, AAV vectors, and murine hemostatic models. The postdoctoral fellow (postdoc) will have a terminal degree PhD, MD, or MD-PhD and will, under the direction/guidance of a mentor (Dr. Samelson-Jones, MD, PhD), assume responsibility for a specific, ongoing research project focused on understanding the interaction between activated factor VIII and IX and how it can be bypassed as a treatment for hemophilia B. The postdoc experience will serve to extend, refine, and enhance skills necessary for professional and career development, and will enable the individual to broaden his/her scientific background by acquiring new research capabilities. It is expected that this individual will conduct independent scholarly research and will contribute directly to the overall research goals of the project and the research group.  Postdocs will be expected to participate in/lead project planning, recording and interpretation/evaluation of data, and communication of results. Postdocs will also be expected to acquire technical, lab management, and manuscript/grant writing skills; and participate in seminars, lectures, poster sessions, and presentations at national meetings.  Postdoctoral fellows also may be required to supervise junior lab members, develop new methods and protocols for research, and assist with the development of other research projects in the lab.

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