Postdoctoral Fellow for Dr. Sheng Wu – Center for Metabolic Disease Research LKSM
An NIH-funded postdoctoral fellow position is available. Our laboratory is investigating how elevated androgen causes metabolic dysfunction (in liver and other energy storage tissues), type 2 diabetes, obesity, or reproductive dysfunction in female mice.
• Have a Ph.D. degree;
• Experience in the study of animal physiology, specifically related to in vivo and in vitro metabolic, or reproductive studies;
• Be highly motivated,
• Be able to work both independently and collaboratively;
• Show excellent critical thinking, scholarly ability, and communication skills.
Mentor team is available for candidate. We will support the right fellow to 1) be the primary authors on their work; 2) apply for fellowship; 3) achieve the goal of their career development
Primary mentor: Dr. Sheng Wu, Associate Professor, The Center for Metabolic Disease Research, Department of Physiology, Temple University Medical School
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NIH scaled salary starts from $50,004.
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Seeking postdoctoral fellow to study how steroids cause metabolic dysfunction (in liver and other tissues), type 2 diabetes, obesity, or reproductive dysfunction in mice.