Postdoctoral Fellowships in the Jewett Lab : Join the Jewett Lab at Stanford University’s Department of Bioengineering as a postdoctoral fellow and be at the forefront of revolutionary technologies in the heart of the Bay Area. This opportunity offers competitive salary, travel support, and the chance to contribute to cutting-edge synthetic biology research with the potential to reshape the global biotechnology industry.
Designation: Postdoctoral Fellow
Research Area: Synthetic Biology, Bioengineering
Location: Department of Bioengineering, Stanford University, Bay Area, California, USA
- Solid experimental background in biochemistry, synthetic biology, metabolic engineering, protein expression, and/or molecular biology
- At least two publications (or pre-prints) demonstrating research contributions
- Ability to collaborate effectively with a diverse team of students, postdocs, and faculty
- Capacity to independently conduct research, develop innovative ideas, and drive projects forward
As a postdoctoral fellow in the Jewett Lab, you will engage in cutting-edge synthetic biology research aimed at advancing planet and societal health. You will be a key player in developing data-driven, multiplexed methods to uncover fundamental principles of biological systems and leverage this knowledge to create cell-free biotechnologies for decentralized biomanufacturing, portable diagnostics, and educational tools. The lab’s focus on sustainable and renewable solutions opens doors to transformative applications in health, manufacturing, sustainability, and education, both on Earth and beyond.
- Collaborate with an interdisciplinary team to design and conduct experiments in areas such as synthetic biology, metabolic engineering, and protein expression.
- Contribute to the development of innovative technologies that address real-world challenges and reshape the biotechnology industry.
- Independently carry out research, analyze data, and contribute to the lab’s publications and presentations.
- Foster collaborations and communication with peers, students, postdocs, and faculty members.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates are invited to apply by sending the following documents to Prof. Jewett at firstname.lastname@example.org:
- A cover letter detailing career objectives and research interests.
- Curriculum vitae (CV) including names and contact details of three references.
Last Date for Apply: Rolling applications, open until suitable candidates are found.