The Michigan Society of Fellows offers a unique opportunity for postdoctoral fellows that provides three years of academic support. Fellows are funded to initiate a research program and contribute to the teaching mission of the University.
We have a postdoctoral position studying mechanisms of eukaryotic gene expression at the step of transcription elongation. Our research focuses mainly on HIV and haematopoietic systems.
Potential projects include:
Two postdoctoral positions are available in the Ismagilov group at the California Institute of Technology (http://ismagilovlab.caltech.edu).
We are seeking talented, motivated individuals to join a collaborative effort to enable development of rapid diagnostic tests of antibiotic susceptibility for several pathogens, including Neisseria gonorrhoeae, in collaboration with Drs. Jeffrey Klausner (UCLA) and Olusegun Soge (UW). The work combines fundamental studies and creative applications of knowledge to create new technologies.
Our research team is interested in supporting candidates applying for The Zuckerman Postdoctoral Scholars Program, who wish to conduct their postdoctoral studies in Israel.
Zuckerman Postdoctoral Scholars receive a scholarship of $50,000 per academic year for up to two years, with $36,000 each year for living expenses and $14,000 each year for research ($10,000) and travel ($4,000) expenses. Candidates must be citizens of the United States or Canada, or have a documented status that allows them to study and work in the US.
Fully funded postdoctoral fellow position to study the mechanisms underlying microbiome-brain interactions
Applicants are sought to fill multiple Postdoctoral Fellow positions to work on interdisciplinary projects in the molecular bases of infectious diseases and cancer in the laboratory of Dr. Eric J. Sundberg (www.sundberglab.org), Professor of Medicine and Co-Director of the Basic Science Division of the Institute of Human Virology (IHV; www.ihv.org) at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM; www.medschool.umaryland.edu) in Baltimore, Maryland.
A NIH-funded postdoctoral fellow position is available in the laboratory of Mario Feldman, PhD, at the Department of Molecular Microbiology, Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis, Missouri, USA. The Feldman lab investigates the virulence and survival mechanisms of the opportunistic pathogen Acinetobacter baumannii. The successful candidate will be driving research into the molecular mechanisms that govern protein secretion and cell surface organization in this pathogen.
Postdoctoral Fellows are sought to join an interdisciplinary research team (Profs. Louis Mansky and Joachim Mueller) that is focused on the application of quantitative fluorescence imaging technologies (e.g., TIRF, PALM, FCS) for ongoing studies of human retrovirus (HIV & HTLV) particle biogenesis.
The Medical School, the College of Pharmacy, and College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA), and the Life Sciences Institute (LSI) at the University of Michigan have partnered to offer the Michigan Life Sciences Fellows program, a highly competitive postdoctoral fellowship program to enhance the research program of the entire life sciences enterprise at Michigan.
A list of recent career opportunities (at all levels) posted on the American Society of Microbiology's Career Connections website.