Postdoctoral Research Position: Immune/Vascular Roles in the Fetal and Adult Reproductive System, CCHMC

Posted 9/19/2018

A postdoctoral fellow position is available in Dr. Tony De Falco’s laboratory in the Divisions of Reproductive Sciences and Developmental Biology. Our research interests are in how the reproductive system is formed during fetal life and how male fertility is maintained during adulthood, with focuses on the roles of: macrophages and immune cells; vasculature; and endocrine-disrupting compounds. These projects will involve extensive use of mouse genetic models, organ culture, flow cytometry, confocal microscopy, next-generation sequencing, and time-lapse live imaging techniques.

The ideal candidate will possess a Ph.D. in developmental biology, reproductive biology, or a related field, with proven proficiency in cell biological/molecular techniques and publications in those fields. Experience with mouse model systems and flow cytometry is highly desired but not absolutely required.

Please submit a cover letter, CV and contact details for 3 referees to Dr. De Falco at Tony.DeFalco@cchmc.org.
 
To apply online go to https://jobs.cincinnatichildrens.org/search/searchjobs and search for job (requisition) number 102015.
 
Cincinnati Children’s is a premier pediatric research institution where researchers work collaboratively across specialties to address some of the biggest challenges in improving child health.
 
Cincinnati Children’s is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution      

Last Updated 09/19/2018