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Postdoctoral Research Positions to Study Stem/Progenitor Cells in Repair and Regeneration

10 Mar 2016 2:23 PM | Xuanliang Dong

Postdoc positions are available in the Center for Musculoskeletal Research at the University of Rochester Medical Center. The successful candidate will participate in research projects recently funded by NIH. The projects involve using multiphoton microscopy as a live imaging platform to characterize the interactions between vascular progenitors and mesenchymal progenitors during skeletal repair and regeneration. The study integrates bone tissue engineering, vascular biology, and skeletal biology. The successful candidates must have a MD or PhD degree in biomedical science with published experience in any of these fields: molecular biology, cell biology, tissue engineering, electrospinning/3D writing, or transgenic animal work. Recent graduates will receive substantially more favorable consideration than applicants who have completed 3-4 years of postdoc training. Prior experience with bone biology, small animal surgery or cell sorting is a plus. To apply: please send C.V. and names of three references to:

Xinping Zhang, MD, PhD

Associate Professor

Center for Musculoskeletal Research

Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation

University of Rochester Medical Center

601 Elmwood Ave.,

Box 665

Rochester, NY14642

Tel: 585-275-7928

Fax: 585-275-1121

email: xinping_zhang@urmc.rochester.edu

website: www.urmc.rochester.edu/musculoskeletal-research/research-labs/zhang-lab/


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