Basic Sciences Division
Staff Scientist - Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience
A staff scientist position is available in the Buck Lab. The Buck Lab studies the sense of smell and aging in mammals.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow – Molecular Neuroscience
A postdoctoral position is available in the Buck Lab. The Buck Lab’s research focuses on the molecular mechanisms and neural circuits that underlie the sense of smell and instinctive odor responses.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow - Cell and Developmental Biology
A postdoctoral position is available in the Cooper Lab. The Cooper Lab has a demonstrated history of high impact studies of signal transduction mechanisms associated with mammalian cell migration in cell culture and in vivo model systems.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Mechanisms of Eukaryotic Transcription
A postdoctoral position is available in the Hahn Lab. The Hahn Lab research focus is the regulation of eukaryotic transcription (the synthesis of RNA). Research in the laboratory aims to uncover fundamental mechanisms used by the cellular transcription machinery and its regulatory factors to control mRNA synthesis.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Shou Laboratory
A postdoctoral position is available in the Shou Lab. The Shou Lab studies quantitative biology and microbial communities.
Research Technician II - Quantitative Biology
A research technician position is available in the Shou Lab. The Shou Lab studies quantitative biology and microbial communities.
Research Technician II - Cell Biology
A research technician position is available in the Parkhurst Lab. The Parkhurst Lab studies mechanisms of wound repair, cytoskeletal dynamics, and nuclear architecture in Drosophila.
Research Administrator IV
Research Administrator (RA IV) to facilitate the work of our preeminent scientists. The position serves as a liaison between the laboratories and the administrative departments and as such has an opportunity to provide a broad array of administrative support functions.
Scientific Communications Liaison
The Division of Basic Sciences is seeking an energetic, engaging and knowledgeable Scientific Communications Liaison with a scientific background and research experience to complement strong communications skills and expertise in content creation and distribution. This role requires the ability to translate and communicate scientific concepts to a variety of audiences, including scientific experts, business leaders, donors and the general public.
Lab Aide (Work Study) - Neuroscience
A lab aide (work study) position is available in the Buck Lab. The Buck Lab’s research focuses on the molecular mechanisms and neural circuits that underlie the sense of smell and instinctive odor responses.
Lab Aide, Cell Biology
A lab aide position is available in the Biggins Lab. The Biggins Lab research studies the underlying mechanisms that regulate cell division and chromosome segregation to ensure accurate self-renewal, proliferation and development.
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