We are currently accepting applications for an academic-industry hybrid postdoctoral fellowship position in the laboratories of Finn Hawkins and Andrew Wilson at the Center for Regenerative Medicine (CReM) of Boston University and Boston Medical Center. We are seeking recent PhD candidates with research interests in lung development, airway basal epithelial cells, human ESC/iPSC differentiation and disease modeling. Candidates enthusiastic about understanding the genetic and epigenetic basis of lung development and disease with a focus on lung epithelium are particularly encouraged to apply. Qualified candidates would be based at the CReM but work closely with an industry partner in an innovative, collaborative relationship.
The CReM at BU/BMC (www.bumc.bu.edu/stemcells) is a dynamic, welcoming, and interactive working environment that emphasizes collaboration and open resource sharing. The center is a unique, physically contiguous research space that brings together researchers from across disciplines with a common goal of understanding stem cell and regenerative biology. We pride ourselves on our encouraging yet rigorous training environment with a focus on mentorship of early stage researchers towards independence. Those interested in applying should forward contact details and a current CV to Finn Hawkins and Andrew Wilson, c/o Nora Lee: firstname.lastname@example.org