One postdoc opening is presently available in Prof. Yan Yu’s laboratory in the Department of Chemistry at Indiana University, Bloomington. The group conducts research to quantify and control immune cell behavior with biophysical tools and nanotechnology. More information about the group can be found at https://yu.lab.indiana.edu/.
Job summary: The main research project is to employ imaging and nanotechnology-based biophysical tools to investigate receptor signaling and endosome functions in immune cells.
Minimum qualifications: Recent Ph.D. in biophysics, chemistry, biochemistry, or any related discipline.
Ideal qualifications: Strong expertise in one or more areas in cell biophysics, bio-nanotechnology, quantitative fluorescence microscopy, immunology, and/or cell signaling.
A competitive salary along with a benefits package will be offered. The initial appointment for each position will be for 12 months. Additional 12-month extension will be available based on performance and/or availability of funds.
Interested candidates should send curriculum vitae, including names of 2 references, to Prof. Yan Yu at email@example.com. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.
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