Assessing Biomolecular Visualization Literacy
Post-Graduate Hematology / Oncology Translational (PG-HOT) Training Program at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (UC COM) / Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC), will have NCI-supported postdoctoral fellowship positions available beginning in July 2021. PG-HOT’s objective is to train cancer researchers uniquely able to rapidly translate new discoveries into cancer patient care.
The Center for Neural Science (www.cns.nyu.edu) at New York University (NYU), jointly with the Center for Computational Neuroscience (CCN) at the Flatiron Institute of the Simons Foundation, invites applications for an open rank joint position, with a preference for junior or mid-career candidates. We seek exceptional candidates that use computational frameworks and methods to develop concepts, models, and tools for understanding brain function.
The University of Utah has an opening for a Postdoctoral Fellow interested in working in the field of cancer cell biology in a thriving and diverse laboratory environment. The Roh-Johnson laboratory in the Department of Biochemistry is interested in fundamental aspects of cancer cell migration and proliferation, and uses a combination of cell culture and animal models (zebrafish and mouse) to understand how the microenvironment dictates cancer cell behavior. Current projects include macrophage-dependent roles in cancer, and the in vivo regulation and evolution of cell-matrix interactions.
The purpose of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s T32 Postdoctoral Research Training Program is to develop researchers with expertise in both the biological basis and clinical manifestations of neurodevelopmental disorders. This broad-based and integrated perspective enables researchers to better relate across disciplines and maximizes the potential for major research advances in understanding the pathogenesis and treatment of these disorders.
Advancing Postdoctoral Diversity
PRISM Dates: May 5-7, 2021
Application Due: April 12, 2021
Stanford PRISM is an opportunity for late-stage graduate students from broadly diverse backgrounds to explore postdoctoral training at Stanford.