Computational Biologist Post Doctoral Fellow or Research Scientist
Posted April 17, 2019
Postdoctoral scholar and technician working on transcriptional and epigenetic control of metabolism
Posted February 14, 2019
PI: Justin Annes, MD PhD
Funded by T32 grant (3T32DK007217)
Applications due by Jan 28, 2019
Stanford Vision Research in Diabetes
We have an opening for a full-time postdoctoral fellow (immediately available) in the laboratory of Y. Joyce Liao, M.D. Ph.D. in the Department of Ophthalmology to conduct animal vision research. Those with expertise or interest in vision issues in diabetes are encouraged to apply.
Posted August 27, 2018
Available Positions within the Stanford Diabetes Research Center
SDRC Postdoctoral Position
The Meyer Laboratory has an opening for a highly creative and motivated Postdoctoral Fellow with an interest in immune tolerance, human immunology and translational studies in the areas of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation, islet transplantation and autoimmune type 1 diabetes.
Posted June 15, 2018
The Alan D. Attie lab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is looking to fulfill a postdoctoral position.
Posted April 9, 2018
POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP POSITION IN DIABETES RESEARCH
The Bollyky lab at Stanford University is seeking a post-doctoral fellow to investigate topics in Type 1 Diabetes and immune regulation. If interested, please contact Dr. Paul Bollyky at email@example.com.
The Stanford Diabetes Research Center (SDRC) seeks talented individuals who are passionate about diabetes and would like to contribute to better clinical outcomes for patients.
We currently have the following position(s) available.
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