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18 March 2024

We are seeking for highly motivated post-doctoral researchers interested in working in a stimulating research environment, and leading ambitious projects aiming to discover new strategies to curb metastatic proclivity or eradicate metastatic outgrowth by digging into the connections between mechanosignaling and oncogenic pathways and their role in controlling the crosstalk of tumor cells with the tissue microenvironment. The research is funded by AIRC 5x1000 program ā€œMetastasis as a mechanodiseaseā€ ID22759.

5 March 2024

Dr Ishier Raote seeks to recruit a postdoc to lead an interdisciplinary project on the cellular secretory pathway and how it is (re)organised under pathological conditions including fibrosis or in tumours.

26 February 2024

The Haucke lab (www.leibniz-fmp.de/haucke) seeks to recruit a postdoc in biochemistry and/ or structural biology to analyze the molecular architecture and function of protein complexes that control membrane and organelle dynamics in health and disease. Our main focus is on the endolysosomal system that we study using a combination of biochemical/ structural biological, genetic, and cell biological approaches.

19 February 2024

Two Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships Available at the School of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Milano-Bicocca in the research group led by Emanuele Azzoni, within the framework of two exciting and ambitious projects, respectively funded by WORLDWIDE CANCER RESEARCH (WWCR) and FONDAZIONE CARIPLO/FONDAZIONE TELETHON. Both projects are aimed at understanding the role of inflammatory pathways in the context of juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia (JMML), a type of blood cancer affecting young children, for which new treatments are urgently needed.

19 February 2024

Postdoctoral positions are immediately available in the Laboratory of Muscle Stem Cells and Gene Regulation (LMSCGR) at NIAMS of the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, USA. Ambitious and strongly motivated individuals with a solid background in molecular biology (bioinformatics is desirable but not required) are invited to apply. The main areas of investigations relate to: 1)Intersection of metabolism and epigenetics in the regulation of skeletal muscle stem cell biology 2)Role of chromatin- and histone-modifying protein complexes in embryonic and muscle stem cells