The Department is actively seeking postdoctoral fellows in a wide variety of fields within molecular and cellular biology. We are seeking highly creative and motivated postdocs with broad interests and outstanding graduate training. We encourage applicants from various backgrounds and promote diversity throughout the University. Postdoctoral appointments are initially 1 year in duration, renewable on an annual basis.
Interested individuals should apply to the faculty member directly. A link to each faculty member’s contact information and website can be found on the Faculty Profiles page.
Immediate openings are listed below.
Bellono, Nicholas Recruiting talented postdoctoral fellows
Interests: Sensory biology, evolution, and/or cellular physiology. More information and PDF found here.
Berg, Howard Experimentalist with strong quantitative skills in biophysics
Interests: Flagellar rotary motor and bacterial chemosensory transduction
Kleckner, Nancy Seeking exceptionally qualified candidates
Interests: Chromosomes; motion, mechanics, DNA dynamics and spatial patterning
Meselson, Matthew PostDoc Position in Bioinformatics, Evolutionary Biology
Interests: bioinformatics, evolutionary biology, DNA sequence assembly and analysis. More information
Prigozhin, Maxim Recruiting Postdoctoral Fellows
Interests: Multicolor and time-resolved electron microscopy of cell signaling. More information
Whipple, Amanda A postdoctoral position is immediately available
Interests: Function of imprinted non-coding RNAs in neurophysiology and
disease. More Information