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  • 16 Jan 2022 6:41 PM | Bingyun Li (Administrator)

    Contact Info:

    Professor Yunzhi Peter Yang, ypyang@stanford.edu


    One postdoctoral position in bone biology and/or stem cell biology is available immediately in the lab of Professor Yunzhi Peter Yang, Departments of Orthopedic Surgery at Stanford University at https://med.stanford.edu/yanglab.html. The candidates with strong biology and surgery experimental experience and interest in the areas of tissue regeneration is sought to participate in the NIH and DOD funded projects. The Lab particularly emphasizes development of multidisciplinary and novel approaches to address relevant biomedical questions in musculoskeletal tissue applications. Highly motivated candidates with experimental background, strong academic and publication record, and the ability to work independently and collaboratively with a strong commitment are invited to apply. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, their CV, and the names and contact information of three references electronically to the email address given below, ypyang@stanford.edu. The positions are open immediately.


    The postdoctoral fellow will participate in the projects involving stem cells and requires a strong background in stem cell biology, bone biology, genetic editing and surgical skills in orthopedic trauma and tendon injury in vivo models. The applicants who have abundant experience with cell culture, RNA extraction, qRT-PCR, bioinformatic analysis, tissue analysis techniques, such as paraffin embedding, tissue sectioning, immunohistological staining, histomorphometry, micro-CT, and mechanical tests, and orthopaedic surgery for rodents are highly encouraged for application.

  • 18 Nov 2021 5:05 PM | Bingyun Li (Administrator)

    Postdoctoral Scholar in Skeletal Stem Cell Biology 

    A postdoctoral position is available in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, to study stem cells in skeletal development and diseases.  

    We take advantage of multi-disciplinary approaches including advanced single cell transcriptomics, sophisticated genetical mouse models and surgery-induced disease models, and cutting-edge three dimensional imaging, to identify mesenchymal subpopulations in bone and joint tissues and to understand their functions and regulatory mechanisms under physiological and pathological conditions. UPenn is a highly collaborative environment. We are currently collaborating with multiple other research laboratories specializing in nanomaterial, biomechanics, tissue engineering, adipose biology, and bioinformatics with a goal of translating our projects into future clinical applications. Several exciting projects are available for the candidate to choose from, covering the areas of bone remodeling, marrow adipocytes, joint biology, and tissue regeneration. Please refer to our recent publications (Single cell transcriptomics identifies a unique adipose lineage cell population that regulates bone marrow environment. Elife e54695; MALPs promote osteoclastogenesis in bone remodeling and pathologic bone loss. J Clin Invest. JCI e140214; Targeting cartilage EGFR pathway for osteoarthritis treatment. Sci Transl Med. eabb39461) and lab website (https://www.med.upenn.edu/orl/qinlab/) for more information. 

    The candidate must be self-motivated, have strong background in standard molecular and biological techniques, cell culture and/or animal model, and have genuine interests in developing computational skills for single cell data and imaging analyses. Previous experience in skeletal stem cell biology is preferred but not required. The position requires the ability to lead projects and work cooperatively with others, carry out and troubleshoot experiments, and assist in grant and manuscript writing. The salary and benefit will follow the NIH standard. 

    Please email a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and names of three references to: Ling Qin, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104, qinling@pennmedicine.upenn.edu 

  • 15 Jun 2021 8:59 AM | Anonymous

    A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Harry Kim, MD (Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at UT Southwestern and Direct of Hip Center at Scottish Rite for Children). Dr. Kim leads a very productive research team composed of material scientist, bone biologist, bioengineer, and histology and animal technologists. His NIH funded work seeks to develop new biologic and immunologic therapies for hip and joint disorders and osteoarthritis using in vivo and in vitro models. Projects related to bone tissue engineering and osteoimmunology are available for the candidate.

    Essential responsibilities:

    1. Design, synthesize, and characterize biomaterials and scaffolds.

    2. Perform cell culture experiments and biological assays.

    3. Assist with animal studies and tissue analysis.

    4. Analyze and prepare presentations and manuscripts.

    Prerequisite Qualifications:

    Applicant must have a PhD or equivalent in Regenerative Medicine, Biological Engineering, or Materials and Polymers. Candidate with experience in biomaterials fabrication and characterization, cell culture and biological assays will be given priority for interview.

    Please contact:

    Chi Ma Ph.D

    Scientist, Department of Research

    Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

    Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery

    UT Southwestern Medical Center


  • 11 May 2021 8:28 AM | Anonymous

    Applications are invited for a post-doctoral fellowship position within the Biomechanics Section of the Bone and Joint Center Research Laboratories at Henry Ford Health System (Detroit, MI). The successful applicant  will initially be involved with DOD-funded clinical projects focused on assessment of bone quality using new methods based on digital tomosynthesis imaging, and identifying strategies for successful implementation. The candidate will also be expected to advance existing projects as well as develop and lead new projects. Support for career development will be available for motivated individuals.

    Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering or a related field. Preference will be given to applicants with demonstrated research potential, a record of peer-reviewed publications, a strong desire for multidisciplinary collaborations, and expertise that is complementary to the Bone & Joint Center’s existing capabilities. A strong work ethic and excellent oral/written communication skills are also essential. Experience in musculoskeletal image analysis is desired but not required. The initial appointment will be for 12 months, with additional 12-month extensions available based on performance.

    The Bone & Joint Center is a multidisciplinary research team with expertise in a range of orthopaedic disciplines including cell/molecular biology, genomics, biomechanics, and imaging. Scientists in the Bone & Joint Center have a strong history of collaboration with the Departments of Orthopedic Surgery, Rheumatology, Radiology, Public Health Science, and Endocrinology at Henry Ford Health System. The Bone & Joint Center is located within new laboratory space in Wayne State University’s state-of-the-art Integrative Biosciences Center. Additional information can be found at https://www.hfhs-bjc.org/.

    Applicants should submit their CV, a statement of research interests and career goals, and contact information for three references, to Yener N. Yeni, PhD at yeni@bjc.hfh.edu. Anticipated start is September 2021, but it is negotiable. Review of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

    Henry Ford Hospital is an AA/EO Employer.

    Click here for the PDF version of this announcement.

  • 22 Apr 2021 12:11 PM | Anonymous

    A postdoctoral position is available immediately in the laboratory of Dr. Boyce, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and the Center for Musculoskeletal Research at the University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, New York, following the successful renewal of an NIH RO-1 grant that has been funded continuously since 1995. Dr. Boyce is a surgical pathologist specializing in the diagnosis of bone and soft tissue diseases and a basic scientist with an interest in the regulation of bone turnover in normal and pathologic conditions. Work in our lab has focused on the role of NF-kB signaling in the formation and activity of osteoclasts and osteoblasts, following our discovery >25 years ago that NF-kB positively regulates osteoclast formation. Current work focuses on the role of TRAF3/NF-kB in osteoclast precursors as a negative regulator of RANKL-induced osteoclast formation and also as a negative regulator of TGFb-induced inhibition of mesenchymal progenitor cell (MPC) differentiation into osteoblasts. Through this work, we have identified a novel subset of B cells that express RANKL and CXCR4 and found that their numbers are increased in the bone marrow (BM) of mice with TRAF3 conditionally deleted in osteoclast precursors and are the most abundant RANKL-expressing cells in BM of aging mice.  We hypothesize that these cells are attracted to the BM during aging by MPCs that have increased expression of CCL12, a ligand for CXCR4, as a result of NF-kB-induced low-level chronic inflammation of aging, and cause age-related increased bone resorption. We plan to fully characterize these cells phenotypically using flow cytometry and single cell and bulk RNA-seq, map their locations in bone using a Fluidigm Hyperion CyTOF platform, and determine if: 1) they accumulate in BM of aging humans; 2) CXCR4 in B cells mediates their accumulation in the BM of aging mice by conditionally deleting CXCR4 in B cells; 3) TRAF3 expressed by MSCs regulates the accumulation of these B cells in BM by modulating SDF1 expression; 4) plerixafor (a CXCR4 inhibitor) prevents age-related osteoporosis by depleting RCBs from BM; 5) and if targeting plerixafor to bone by linking it to a bisphosphonate increases its efficacy and reduces its adverse effects.


    The applicants must have a PhD, MD or MD/PhD degree, be highly motivated with a strong motivation to work independently with good writing and oral communication skills. Prior experience in musculoskeletal skeletal research, histomorphometry and flow cytometry is preferred, and in single cell and bulk RNA-seq would be a plus.


    To apply for this position, please email a cover letter and C.V. to:


  • 01 Mar 2021 7:26 PM | Chao Liu

    The Department of Biomedical Engineering at Southern University of Science and Technology has 2 fully-funded postdoctoral fellow positions, available immediately. The successful candidate will be working in Dr. Chao Liu’s research group. The laboratory is well-equipped to study the mechanobiology of stem cell populations during bone repair, and tissue engineering of bone tissue for regenerative medicine applications.



    Recent PhD with training documented by publications in international peer-reviewed journals. Successful applicants should have background in biomedical engineering, mechanical engineering, tissue engineering or a related discipline. Knowledge of programming, finite element analysis, in vitro mechanobiology models, and small animal models preferred.

    Please send CV and contact information of three references to: Dr. Chao Liu, Email: liuc33@sustech.edu.cn


    About the university

    Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) is a public university, founded in the lush hills of Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China. It is working towards becoming a world-class university excelling in interdisciplinary research, nurturing innovative talents and delivering new knowledge to the world.

  • 29 Nov 2020 5:45 PM | Anonymous

    A postdoctoral position is available immediately in Dr. Ling Qin’s laboratory in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. Our group uses cutting edge histology, 3D imaging, and single cell sequencing techniques as well as mouse models to study bone and cartilage metabolism and skeletal development. Several exciting projects are available for the candidate to choose from, covering the areas of bone turnover, stem cells, marrow adipocytes, joint biology, and tissue regeneration. Please refer to our recent publications (Single cell transcriptomics identifies a unique adipose lineage cell population that regulates bone marrow environment. Elife e54695; MALPs promote osteoclastogenesis in bone remodeling and pathologic bone loss. J Clin Invest. Online; Targeting cartilage EGFR pathway for osteoarthritis treatment. Sci Transl Med. In press) and lab website (https://www.med.upenn.edu/orl) for more information about research interests and collaborative research environment.  

    The candidate must be self-motivated, have strong background in standard molecular and biological techniques, cell culture and/or animal model, and have genuine interests in developing computational skills for single cell data and imaging analyses. Previous experience in bone biology is preferred but not required. The position requires the ability to lead projects and work cooperatively with others, carry out and troubleshoot experiments, and assist in grant and manuscript writing. 

    Please email a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and names of three references to: Ling Qin, Ph.D. 

    Associate Professor 

    Department of Orthopaedic Surgery 

    Co-Director, PCMD Histology Core 

    University of Pennsylvania 

    311A Stemmler Hall 

    36th Street and Hamilton Walk 

    Philadelphia, PA 19104 


  • 14 Sep 2020 3:20 PM | Anonymous

    Applications are invited for appointment as Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (Ref.: 502109), to commence as soon as possible on a two- to three-year fixed-term basis, with the possibility of renewal.

    Applicants should possess a Ph.D. degree in Bio-Engineering or related disciplines, with an excellent publication track record.  They should be organised, self-motivated, and able to work independently as well as in a team; have demonstrated experience in high impact basic research and translational research; and have excellent written and oral communication skills in English and Chinese.  Proficiency in machine learning, computer vision modelling and FEM would be an advantage. 

    The appointee will be leading small- and large-scale research studies from start to finish.  He/She will closely work with clinicians, academic research and industrial partners; participate in cross-disciplinary and cross-institute collaborations; conduct high-impact research; write scientific publications and grant proposals; contribute to postgraduate and undergraduate teaching; and provide supervision and training for postgraduate students. 

    A highly competitive salary commensurate with qualifications and experience will be offered, in addition to annual leave and medical benefits.  At current rates, salaries tax does not exceed 15% of gross income.  The appointment will attract a contract-end gratuity and University contribution to a retirement benefits scheme, totaling up to 15% of basic salary. 

    The University only accepts online application for the above post.  Application should apply online and upload an up-to-date C.V.  Review of applications will start on September 22, 2020 and continue until November 30, 2020, or until the post is filled, whichever is earlier.

    Click here to apply for this job

  • 14 Aug 2020 7:54 PM | Anonymous


    Department of Biomedical Engineering

    Dr. Xin Zhao’s Lab

    Vacancy Announcement 

    Post Specification

    Two postdoctoral fellow positions are available. 1 is in the area of exosome and cancer immunotherapy and the other in chemical synthesis. Priority is given to applicants with experiences in writing papers and grant proposals and capability to work independently.

    About PI, Dr. Xin Zhao

    Dr. Xin Zhao is an assistant professor at the Department of Biomedical Engineering, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR, China. She obtained her PhD at University College London, UK and postdoc training at Harvard University, USA before joining PolyU. She is dedicated to Translational Regenerative Medicine, integrating multi-disciplinary approaches including material science, cell biology and medicine to modulate cell microenvironments, control cell behaviors and generate tissue-engineered organs, for addressing clinical issues. So far she has published >80 articles in leading journals including Chemical Reviews, Materials Today, PNAS, Advanced Functional Materials, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, Biomaterials. She has successfully attracted grants as principal investigator from Hong Kong Research Grants Council (RGC), Health and Medical Research Fund (HMRF), Innovation and Technology Fund (ITF), National Science Foundation of China (NSFC), private company, etc. Moreover, she has edited two books, authored in 6 book chapters, and holds 5 national patents. She has also chaired sessions or delivered keynote speeches at >30 international conferences, worked as a founding editor for Engineered Regeneration, associate editor for Biointerface Research in Applied Chemistry, guest editor for Drug Discovery Today, Molecules, Polymers, etc.

    Dr. Zhao strives to provide a stimulating environment with exciting and frontier research topics and excellent colleagues where the candidates can be trained to become outstanding and independent researchers, with sufficient freedom to explore their own ideas while working on well-designed projects.

    Group website: http://www.zhaobiomaterialsgroup.com/


    Up to 32000 HKD per month according to applicant’s professional qualifications


    Applicants shall send your CV, publications and three reference letters via email to xin.zhao@polyu.edu.hk.

  • 08 Aug 2020 10:23 AM | Anonymous

    Click here for the PDF version of this job post at Ankasa Regenerative Therapeutics.

    Company Description 

    Ankasa Regenerative Therapeutics is a venture-backed biotech company based in the San Francisco Bay area that is developing novel protein-based stem cell activation therapies to improve tissue repair and regeneration. Stem cell renewal, maintenance and tissue regeneration are critical for normal health and well-being. Wnt pathway interactions are crucial to maintenance of these processes. Ankasa is the first to produce human Wnt proteins in a GMP manufacturing setting suitable for use in humans. 

    Our first clinical approach, under FDA regulation, is the demonstration of improved outcomes after spinal fusion surgeries. Our product has expansion opportunities to other bone reconstructive procedures including osseointegration of dental and orthopedic implants (knee and hip replacements), fracture repair, total joint arthroplasty revisions, and others. 

     Summary / Overall Purpose 

    We seek a highly motivated PhD level scientist with deep expertise in bone regeneration for a post- doctoral position at Ankasa Regenerative Therapeutics. The primary focus of the role will be the characterization of bone cells / grafts in vitro and in vivo following treatment with our lead regenerative agent. Successful candidates will implement robust, reproducible and cost effective protocols to monitor the viability and regenerative capacity of bone cells / grafts from human and animal bone following treatment, utilizing both in vitro and in vivo models of bone repair, while developing a broad based awareness of the requirements and complexities of the regulatory and commercialization processes for novel biologic and “device-like” therapeutics. 

     Essential/Primary Duties, Functions and Responsibilities 

    ▪ Independently design and implement robust, reproducible and cost-effective protocols for the isolation, culture, treatment and analysis of cells / grafts from human and animal bone with meticulous aseptic technique. 

    ▪ Design and implement in vivo studies investigating the regenerative capacity of implanted bone grafts in mice and/or rats (e.g., subrenal capsule implantation, fracture healing, spinal fusion, etc.). 

    ▪ Design and implement in vivo studies looking at the levels of bone regenerative agents detectable following in vivo delivery. 

    ▪ Utilize a battery of assay technologies to characterize bone cells / grafts and therapeutic product disposition, including ELISA, qPCR, flow cytometry, immunofluorescence microscopy and histology. 

    ▪ Independently identify and implement new assays and assay technologies that have an impact 


    Work Experience: 

    Minimum 4 years laboratory experience as part of a PhD degree program specializing in bone biology/regeneration. 

    Management of Staff 

    Not required; however, ability to work well within a team environment is critical 

    Functional/Technical Knowledge and Skills 

    ▪ Isolation and culture of cells from human and animal bone 

    ▪ Isolation, manipulation and implantation of bone grafts (mice, rats) 

    ▪ Experience with a battery of analytical techniques including qPCR, ELISA, immunofluorescence microscopy, immunohistochemistry and histology 


    PhD in biology, biomedical engineering, biochemistry, molecular biology, or closely related field, with specific training in bone biology / regeneration 


    None required 


    Work independently on experimental design, execution, and analysis; however, position is well supported by leadership with strong mentoring track record and medical/scientific as well as technology specific expertise; backed by state-of-the-art JLABS infrastructure 

    Excellent verbal and written communication skills and track record of ability to effectively present scientific data 

    Detail oriented; proven track record of detailed, reproducible protocol generation that can be readily transferred to other scientists 

    Positive attitude 

    Keeps calm under pressure 

    Occasional weekend work may be required 

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