Internship on small animal reproduction
A one-year internship orientated on small animals reproduction is
now open at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of the Veterinary Faculty -
University of Liège- Belgium. More details can be found here.
For additional information please contact Prof. Stefan Deleuze
December 2016 proposition
New chair of Reproductive Medicine for dogs and cats in Hannover at the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Foundation:
July 2016 proposition
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Department
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Our lab is located within the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Department of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (Baltimore, Maryland, USA). We are seeking a focused and motivated scientist that has completed their PhD in the field of Cell and Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Cancer Biology or related fields and is looking to continue their training as a post-doctorate researcher.
Our lab is funded by the NIH (NICHD and NIGMS) to assess genome maintenance (DNA repair, recombination and chromosome segregation) during mitosis and meiosis.
The ideal candidate will have experience in mouse genetics and mammalian cell culture. An application will also be bolstered by knowledge in methods such as fluorescence microscopy (live cell imaging and/or immunofluorescence microscopy), immuno-histology, molecular biology (DNA cloning, RT-PCR and protein expression/purification), co-immunoprecipitation and yeast two hybrid.
Requirements for application: The applicant's CV, a short statement outlining the interest in this position and future career goals and contact information for at least three references should be forwarded to Dr. Philip Jordan, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interviews will be arranged following evaluation of these materials. Johns Hopkins
University is an equal opportunity employer. Please visit:
Department of Animal Science
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION available to study mechanisms regulating mammalian oogenesis and early embryogenesis, addressing exciting questions such as transcriptional control, developmental programming, determinants of oocyte and embryo quality, and cell lineage formation i. Successful candidate will benefit from working within the dynamic and growing Reproductive and Developmental Sciences Program here at MSU (http://rdsp.canr.msu.edu). Studies may involve a combination of advanced embryology, cell biology and molecular techniques, including micromanipulation and microsurgery, genetic analyses, transcriptome and pathway analysis, protein expression studies, epigenetic studies, and methods for manipulating gene expression.
Experience in microscopy, microinjection, embryo manipulation or molecular biology is a plus. NIH salary scale applies. Send CV and references to Dr. Keith Latham, Department of Animal Science, Michigan State University, 474 S. Shaw Lane, East Lansing, MI 48824; tel. 517-353-7750; email: email@example.com. Michigan State University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Physiology of Ganadotrope Axis Laboratory
University of Paris 7
The Physiology of Gonadotrope Axis Laboratory at University Paris 7, Paris, France
is recruiting a talented, proactive postdoctoral researcher to study the molecular pathogenesis underlying granulosa cell tumors of the ovary in vitro and on a mouse model of the disease. In particular, the successful candidate will have to evaluate the potential benefits of selective drugs targeting the estrogenic pathway and/or aberrantly activated signaling pathways. Core facilities of our University such as High resolution small animal ultrasound imaging offer the ideal environment to lead this project successfully.
To be considered, candidates should have:
- A PhD in areas of Physiology, Reproductive Biology, Endocrinology, followed or not by a postdoctoral experience.
- Expertise in basic molecular biology and cell culture.
- Training and experience with animal procedures, including murine colony management, genotyping, injections.
- Notable pre-doctoral accomplishments, with at least one first author publication in first-rate journals.
- Excellent communication skills, particularly ability to comprehend spoken English.
This two-year position will be available from December 2016.
Please apply before April 15th with a letter summarizing previous work experience,
personal strengths and future interests, a resume, and contact information from
at least one professional reference.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Faculty Position in Reproductive/Developmental Biology
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan
As part of the Global Impact Initiative, Michigan State University is making a significant investment to advance research in reproductive and developmental biology. MSU has a growing cohort of well-funded, highly interactive faculty involved in research and discovery at the interface of human and animal infertility, developmental origins of health and disease and causes and remediation of adverse pregnancy outcomes which form the foundation of the MSU Reproductive and Developmental Sciences Program http://rdsp.canr.msu.edu/. Applications are currently being accepted for a tenured faculty position at the Associate Professor or Professor level. The ideal candidate will be committed to interdisciplinary and collaborative research that complements current focal areas within the Reproductive and Developmental Sciences Program.
Individuals with a PhD, MD, DVM, or a combination of advanced degrees and an established track record of scholarship, extramural funding and expertise in all areas of mammalian reproductive and developmental biology are encouraged to apply. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine, Gonadal Function/Reproductive Tract Biology, Early Development, Pre/Postnatal Developmental Programming, Epigenetic Regulation of the Reproductive Axis and Environmental Impact on Reproduction.
Selected candidate will be expected to maintain a strong, extramurally funded research program, contribute to leadership and mentoring of junior faculty in the Reproductive and Developmental Sciences program and contribute to graduate education in their area of expertise. Appointments will be on an academic year basis and could be on either the East Lansing or Grand Rapids campus and within the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, College of Human Medicine and (or) other partner colleges, depending on candidate's research interests and expertise. Selected candidate will be supported by state-of-the-art research facilities, expert administrative and scientific staff and by MSU's strong track record of commitment to research growth and excellence. Generous start-up funds will be provided and salary is negotiable.
To apply, applicants must submit an application at the MSU Human Resources site at https://jobs.msu.edu (posting #2861) and upload a curriculum vitae, summary of research accomplishments and future research objectives (3-5 pages), brief description of teaching philosophy and goals, and a list of three references, who will not be contacted without applicant's consent, as a single PDF document. The review of applications will begin April 1, 2016 but applications will be accepted and given full consideration until a suitable candidate is found.
For questions about the position, please contact, Dr. George Smith (email@example.com). For questions about the application process, please contact Ms. Angie Benney
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