Postdoctoral applications are being sought from recent Ph.D. graduates. Positions are immediately available in the laboratory of Dr. Xing Dai in the Departments of Biological Chemistry and Dermatology at University of California, Irvine for research related to the molecular control of skin repair/regeneration, inflammation, and cell-cell communications. Strong training in molecular biology and cell culture is required. Experience with cell biology, lentiviral gene delivery, and/or animal models is preferred but not required. Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.
The applicants will be working on federally funded research projects that are built on our recent discoveries regarding epithelial plasticity, stem cell regulation, wound healing, and epithelial-immune cross-talks (e.g., Lee et al. Dev Cell. 2014. 29(1):47-58; Haensel et al. Cell Reports. 2020. 30(11):3932-3947.e6.; Han et al. Cell Reports 2022. 38(2):110240.; Dragan et al. JID 2022. 142(3 Pt A):583-593.e5.). Additional information about the research program can be found by contacting Dr. Dai at email@example.com or at: https://faculty.sites.uci.edu/xdai/
加州大学尔湾分校生物化学系戴醒博士实验室寻求博士后1-2位。申请人将研究皮肤修复/再生、炎症和细胞间通讯的分子调控，具体项目基于我们最近关于上皮可塑性、干细胞调节、伤口愈合和上皮免疫交叉对话的新发现（例如，Lee et al. Dev Cell. 2014. 29(1):47-58; Haensel et al. Cell Reports. 2020. 30(11):3932-3947.e6.; Han et al. Cell Reports 2022. 38(2):110240.; Dragan et al. JID 2022. 142(3 Pt A):583-593.e5.）。申请人需具备分子生物学和细胞培养方面的科研基础，有细胞生物学、慢病毒基因传递和/或动物模型经验者优先。薪资与学历和经验相称。
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