We are seeking talented and passionate scientists from all stages to join our team. We support all team members to succeed in both research and career. Training and mentoring are important aspects integrated into all team members' career development plans.
If you are interested in joining us, please email jay.tan at pitt.edu a cover letter (summarizing your previous training, research interests, and career goals), CV, and contact information for three references.
We are searching for a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to join us in studying lysosomal stress in innate immunity and age-related inflammation. Excellent training opportunities will be provided in both research and career development as well as in exploring new directions with established screening approaches in the lab. The candidate is expected to seek independent positions in academia when moving forward from this position.
We are recruiting graduate students and research technicians with 0-3 years of research experience to join us in studying lysosomal quality control in aging and Alzheimer's disease. We have established a robust research program on these topics and will provide extensive training in cell biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, advanced biochemistry, genetics, and mouse models.
Research technicians should have a bachelor's degree and are expected to apply for Ph.D. or M.D. programs when moving forward from the lab.
We have open positions for Tsinghua and Xiangya Scholars in studying cellular quality control mechanisms in aging, immunity, and disease. We have multiple active research projects on these topics and will provide top-quality training in cell biology, molecular biology, biochemistry, advanced biochemistry, genetics, and mouse models.
Multiple undergraduate research positions are available for our exciting, ongoing projects. Undergraduate researchers are expected to apply for Ph.D. or M.D. programs when moving forward to the next stage of their careers.
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