The lab has 1 postdoc position available immediately.
Postdocs in my lab are expected to spent 3–4 years working on our main research projects (e.g., mitochondrial calcium transport mechanisms), attacking problems in both molecular and cellular levels. They will work closely with me to design and perform experiments, will develop new tools, compete for postdoc fellowships, and will write manuscripts with me. I will support postdocs interested in pursuing academic careers to independently develop a project that can be taken to their future labs.
The University of Colorado School of Medicine ranked #9 in primary care and #31 in research nationally according to the U.S. News Medical School ranking (2020). PIs in my department work on a wide-range of topics from system neuroscience to molecular biophysics. Denver is a vibrant city great for young professionals, with excellent outdoor lives and easy access to the Rocky Mountains.
Please email me a cover letter, CV, and a list of referees if you're interested in applying for this position. Excellent candidates will come to my lab for a formal interview.
Rotation & PhD students
Students are welcome to discuss with me about rotation projects in my lab. I plan to accept 1–2 PhD students in the next 5 years.