Multiple Postdoctoral Positions: The Varghese Lab at Duke University is actively seeking multiple highly motivated postdoctoral candidates with a passion for innovative research. Our interdisciplinary team focuses on biomaterials, organoids, and in vivo injury models to advance scientific understanding and develop transformative technologies. By joining our team, you’ll collaborate with researchers and clinicians from diverse backgrounds. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion fosters a supportive research environment that aligns with our goal of promoting diverse and equitable scientific exploration.
Designation: Postdoctoral Researchers
Research Area: Biomaterials, Stem Cells, Polymer Synthesis, Cell Culture, Neuronal Differentiation
Location: Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA
- Doctorate degree directly related to the field of research specialization.
- Strong research background and expertise in one or more of the following areas:
- Polymer synthesis and characterization with an emphasis on biomaterials.
- Human and rodent cell culture, with preferred knowledge in hiPSCs culture and differentiation.
- Neuronal differentiation of stem cells and neurogenesis.
Multiple Postdoctoral Positions in Biomaterials and Stem Cells
As a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Varghese Lab, you will:
- Engage in cutting-edge research at the intersection of biomaterials and stem cells.
- Collaborate with a diverse team of researchers and clinicians.
- Work on model systems involving biomaterials, organoids, and in vivo injury models.
- Contribute to gaining new insights and developing technologies with translational potential.
How to Apply: Interested candidates should submit the following documents to Dr. Shyni Varghese at firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Cover letter.
- Brief summary of your current work.
- Statement on your research interests.
Last Date for Apply: Until position filled.
Interested candidates are encouraged to apply promptly. Visit lab website at https://varghese.pratt.duke.edu for more information about our research.