Postdoctoral Studies in Biology of Aging: Are you passionate about the biology of aging and eager to contribute to cutting-edge medical research? Join the Pietrocola Lab at the Department of Biosciences and Nutrition, Karolinska Institutet, in a scholarship-based postdoctoral position. You’ll delve into exploring strategies for rejuvenating the immune system and its impact on the natural and accelerated aging process in murine models.
Designation: Postdoctoral Researcher
Research Area: Biology of Aging
Location: Flemingsberg, Sweden
- Doctoral degree in Cellular Biology, with a focus on Hematopoietic Stem Cell Biology.
- Documented experience with animal models, especially mouse models (e.g., FELASA certificate).
- Prior knowledge in hematopoietic stem cell biology, gene editing, immunology, and bioinformatics.
- Strong motivation, independence, and teamwork skills.
Postdoctoral Studies in Biology of Aging (Scholarship)
As a Postdoctoral Researcher, you will collaborate with the Pietrocola Lab’s team starting in January 2024. Your primary focus will be to investigate how gene therapy approaches aiming at rejuvenating the hematopoietic system affect the aging phenotype in murine models of natural and accelerated aging. The role involves working with cutting-edge murine disease models and utilizing local facilities for high-throughput genomics, flow cytometry, and imaging analysis. You’ll have the opportunity to collaborate with internationally renowned scientists in the field of aging.
How to Apply: Interested candidates should submit their applications in English or Swedish on the Varbi recruitment system. Include the following documents:
- Complete curriculum vitae.
- A list of publications.
- A summary of current work (no more than one page).
- Contact details for at least two references.
Last Date for Apply: 20 November 2023, 11:59 PM CET
If you’re passionate about unraveling the mysteries of aging and contributing to groundbreaking research, seize this opportunity. Join the Pietrocola Lab and make a difference in the field of biology of aging at Karolinska Institutet.