Title: Postdoctoral Fellowship to identify specific roles for glycans during spermatogenesis.
Dr. Pamela Stanley
Department of Cell Biology
Chanin Bldg., Room 516
A POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP is available in Pamela Stanley’s lab at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York to identify specific roles for glycans during spermatogenesis. The Stanley lab has shown that complex N-glycans are essential for spermatogenesis, and also identified a novel inhibitor of complex N-glycan synthesis that is proposed to regulate spermatogenesis. Mutant mice have been developed to identify specific roles for N-glycans and the functions of the novel inhibitor during spermatogenesis. Publications are linked to the laboratory homepage at: http://stanxterm.aecom.yu.edu/
Recent PhD graduates are strongly preferred. Applicants should have extensive expertise in molecular and cell biology, developmental biology, and in using mouse genetic models. First author publication(s) in peer-reviewed, English language journals are necessary. Candidates with outstanding credentials may be eligible for a Harry Eagle Fellowship http://www.einstein.yu.edu/departments/cell-biology/harry-eagle-scholar/. Ability to work independently, creativity, motivation and a strong work ethic are important. A curriculum vitae with a description of research experiences and contact information for three references should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Department of Cell Biology has a strong core of postdoctoral fellows and graduate students, working in diverse areas of development, cell biology, immunology and cancer biology. The Department is highly interactive, meets weekly for work-in-progress seminars, and biweekly for a journal club and hosts numerous outside seminar speakers. http://www.einstein.yu.edu/departments/cell-biology/
The Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Einstein) is one of the nation’s premier institutions for basic research and clinical investigation with ~300 research laboratories funded by more than $160 million from the National Institutes of Health. There are ~350 PhD students, including 125 in the combined MD/PhD programs, and ~350 postdoctoral fellows at Einstein http://einsteinpostdocs.info/
Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Title: Postdoctoral Fellowship - Mammalian Epigenomics - Chromatin Structure and Function
NIH-funded postdoctoral fellowship available at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the laboratory of Dr. Art Skoultchi, Resnick Professor and Chair of Cell Biology.
The goal is to understand the role of H1 linker histones and chromatin remodeling ATPases in development and gene regulation. We have prepared a unique series of knock-out mice and ES cell lines lacking H1 histones and the SNF2H chromatin remodeling factor. Our studies have revealed a role for H1 histones and SNF2H in blood cell development, DNA damage repair and apoptosis, and gene regulation, including DNA methylation and imprinting (Yang PNAS 110, 1708 (2013); Lu Science 340, 78 (2013); Maclean MCB 31, 1275 (2011); Nishiyama Nat Cell Biol. 11, 172 (2009); Murga J Cell Biol. 178, 1101 (2007); Chong Nat Genet 39, 614 (2007); Fan Cell 123, 1199 (2005); Stopka PNAS 100, 14097 (2003)).
Candidates should possess strong independent research abilities with ambitious scientific interests, self-motivation and the ability to work effectively with a team. Experience working with embryonic stem cells and mice is a plus.
The successful applicant will be offered generous salary and benefits, including university subsidized postdoctoral housing in a pleasant residential neighborhood near the medical school.
To apply, please send a CV with a brief description of research experience and career goals and a statement about how your skills and experience will allow you to make important contributions to our research, plus contact information for three references to:
Resnick Professor and Chair
Department of Cell Biology
Chanin Bldg., Room 102
Title: Postdoctoral Position in Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine
Dr. Keisuke Ito
Department of Cell Biology
Price Bldg., Room 102
The Ito Laboratory at the Ruth L. and David S. Gottesman Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Research of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine is actively seeking highly motivated postdoctoral fellows. Our research focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms that regulate the maintenance of hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) and leukemia-initiating cells (LICs; also referred to as leukemia stem cells). Specifically, we aim to identify novel regulatory mechanisms for stem cell fate and maintenance, and in turn open new therapeutic avenues for the pharmacological manipulation of the normal and leukemic stem cell function. Projects in the laboratory is to illuminate through both genetic and pharmacological approaches the role of one such potential regulatory element, cellular metabolism and epigenetic regulation, in the cell fate decisions of self-renewing stem cells. The laboratory employs a wide range of stem cell analysis with specialized skill sets, genomic technologies as well as classical cellular and molecular biology approaches to investigate the normal stem cell biology at single cell level and the pathogenesis of specific human stem cell disorders.
Applicants must have a Ph.D., M.D. or equivalent. A strong training background in hematology, stem cell biology and/or cancer biology, molecular and cell biology is preferred. To apply, please email CV, a summary of the previous research experience and the future research interest, and the contact information of three references to the following address: email@example.com. Keisuke Ito, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Cell Biology and of Medicine and Director of Scientific Resources of Stem Cell Institute, Gottesman Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine Research, Albert Einstein Cancer Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1301 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx, NY 10461.
Among the top tier of the nation's medical schools to receive NIH funding, Albert Einstein College of Medicine offers a highly interactive and stimulating academic environment for scientists in training. Additionally, candidate’s research will benefit from the highly interactive environment within the Gottesman Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine, the Department of Developmental and Molecular Biology, and throughout the college. We are located in a pleasant residential area in the northeast corner of New York City with easy access to Manhattan and the suburbs of Westchester County. Comprehensive Benefits package will be offered. Postdoctoral campus housing may be available.