NIH-funded Postdoc Position, UNC Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, USA

Postdoctoral Position in USA

NIH-funded Postdoc Position: The project uses C. elegans as a model system, single-cell sequencing, and proteomics to study molecular mechanisms underlying transcellular stress signaling between organs during aging to safeguard organismal proteostasis. You will join an interdisciplinary team of researchers in the Proteostasis Group at UNC Charlotte. NIH funding is available for several years. Ideal candidates will have graduated less than 1 year from the start date. UNC Charlotte offers a collaborative and highly dynamic research environment, with excellent training opportunities for career development, a complete benefits package, and competitive salaries.

Transcellular Chaperone Signaling in Aging and Disease

Designation: Postdoctoral Researcher

Research Area: Transcellular Stress Signaling, Proteostasis, Aging, Disease Mechanisms

Location: UNC Charlotte, Charlotte, NC


  • Recent PhD in Genetics, Molecular & Cell Biology, Biochemistry, or a related discipline.
  • Expertise in C. elegans biology and genetics.
  • Strong computational skills.

How to Apply: Apply here:

Please submit the following documents:

  1. CV including publications
  2. Cover letter outlining what you can contribute to the lab
  3. Contact information for three referees

Last Date for Apply: Please refer to the application link for details on the closing date.

For informal inquiries, please email Dr. Patricija van Oosten-Hawle:



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