The Tissue Morphodynamics Group at Princeton University is looking for two postdoctoral fellows to join our research program on lung developmental biology. One project is focused on uncovering the relative roles of physical forces in the development of the mammalian lung. The second project is focused on using comparative genomics and bioinformatics to uncover the molecular basis for evolutionary differences in lung form and function. Our model systems include mice, chicks, reptiles, and organoids.
Minimum Qualifications: Ph.D. in developmental biology, molecular biology, cell biology, or bioengineering. Background in standard molecular biology, mammalian cell culture, mouse models, and/or organoids. Strong track record of publications, ability to lead projects, and eagerness to work in a highly collegial, collaborative, and diverse environment.
Contact: Professor Celeste Nelson (firstname.lastname@example.org) with CV, cover letter, and contact information for at least three references.