Immune Mechanisms of Wound Healing
The George Washington University
Application Deadline Date: Open until filled.
• Postdoctoral Position outside the NIH
A highly motivated and enthusiastic post-doctoral fellow interested in using a combination of human tissues and animal models to study the mechanisms of wound healing is needed to support Dr. Shanmugam’s research program. Our work investigates the interplay of the host immune response and the wound bed micro biome in patients with chronic wounds. We believe in innovative, multi-disciplinary and question-driven science, and promote an atmosphere of open communication and collaboration inside and outside the lab. Graduate experience in one or more of the following is required (keratinocyte biology, human genetics, immunology, biochemistry, nude mouse models), but there will be numerous opportunities for training to complement current skills. A history of publication in keratinocyte or skin biology, immunology or human genetics is preferred.
Familiarity with one or more of the following: keratinocyte biology, immunology, biochemistry, nude mouse xenograft models, human genetics.
History of publication in wound healing, immunology or keratinocyte biology
1. Plan and conduct research experiments, perform cell cultures, quantitative PCR, Western blot, animal surgeries.
2. Performs microscopy, immunohistochemistry, ELISA, flow cytometry
3. Collects and analyzes data
4. Assures safe laboratory practice and cleanliness, supervises research assistants and students.
5. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Please submit application to Dr. Victoria Shanmugam on the George Washington University jobs website: https://www.gwu.jobs/postings/21895
Assistant Professor and Associate Professor Positions in Dermatology Research
Department of Dermatology, Boston University School of Medicine
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
We are currently seeking scientists with a Ph.D., M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degree to join our Dermatology faculty at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. Investigators will receive a 3-4 year offer/package to augment their research team capabilities and facilities and explore new ideas. Eligibility requires for the candidate to presently have an active R01 grant. Preference will be given to candidates whose focus is in stem cells, tissue repair/regeneration, neoplasia, immunology, epithelial cell biology, aging research, and/or photobiology.
Please send CV and any supporting letter of documentation to:
Vincent Falanga, M.D., F.A.C.P.
The Barbara A. Gilchrest Professor of Dermatology
Vice-Chair for Research
Professor of Biochemistry
Department of Dermatology
Boston University School of Medicine
609 Albany Street, J-607
Boston, MA 02118-2515