We are recruiting a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher to study the role of complement activation in preeclampsia pathology. Our laboratory aims to understand, at the molecular level, how dysregulated complement activation during pregnancy contributes to 1) maternal complications associated with preeclampsia and 2) short- and long-term health and disease of fetus/offspring. We will employ in vitro, cell culture, and rodent animal models to understand the complex interplay between complement activation and maternal/fetal molecular physiology.
Application documents required:
A cover letter stating research interests, updated resume, and contact details of 3 references.
- Plans and conducts basic and advanced experiments under the guidance of PIs.
- Performs bench work using various basic and advanced biology techniques.
- Collaborates with other members in the laboratory for different research projects.
- Participates in data collection, processing, discussion, analysis, and reporting.
- Participates in manuscript preparation, presenting in national and international conferences and help write grants applications.
- Maintains laboratory operations.
- Participates in weekly lab meetings to present own data in progress and to discuss data presented by other members of the laboratory.
- MD or Ph.D. in Basic Science, Health Science, or a related field.
- No experience required.
- Ph.D. in Life Sciences/Biochemistry/Reproductive Sciences/Biology
- Recent Ph.D. degree with less than 2 years of experience
- Knowledge and at least superficial work experience in high throughput screening techniques such as RNASseq, and proteomics
- Experience in animal handling
Baylor College of Medicine requires employees to be fully vaccinated -subject to approved exemptions-against vaccine-preventable diseases including, but not limited to, COVID-19 and influenza.
Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer.