Postdoc Jobs at URMC
This page lists some of the postdoctoral positions currently available at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. This list is not comprehensive as many principal investigators advertise available postdoctoral positions in scholarly publications and on the internet. Additionally, many principal investigators do not advertise their postdoctoral positions, preferring to meet with potential postdocs at professional meetings or in response to presentations. If the PI you want to work with isn't listed here, please contact her/him directly. You may search for faculty by department.
- To find out more about a postdoctoral position, please email or call the listed contact.
- To learn more about working at the URMC, visit our online Trainee Handbook.
- To post a postdoctoral position here, email Amy Perazzo with the position details.
|3/18/14||Medicine, Pulmonary Diseases and Critical Care|| A postdoctoral scientist position is available in the pulmonary division of University of Rochester to investigate mechanisms of lung fibrogenesis. The projects include the role of fibroblast differentiation and proliferation in lung fibrotic models.
|3/14/14||Aab Cardiovascular Research Institute|| A NIH-funded post-doctoral position is available in a productive and growing cardiovascular research laboratory. Ongoing studies focus on the molecular mechanisms of the immune response in hypertension and vascular remodeling.
|2/26/14||James P. Wilmot Cancer Center||
A postdoctoral position is open in a translational research laboratory that studies the role of leukemic stem cells and their microenvironment in Acute Myelogenous Leukemia, AML, and Myelodysplastic Syndromes, MDS.
|2/20/14||Biomedical Genetics||Two postdoctoral fellowship positions are available to study Morphogenetic Signaling Pathways in Development and Disease. Projects focus on molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying development of lineage-specific stem/progenitor cells, tissue repair and regeneration, stem cell niches/microenvironment, and stem cell-based therapies.|
|2/18/14||Urology & Pathology Laboratory Medicine||The lab studies the roles of cancer exosomes and vitamin D signaling in urological cancers. A highly motivated Ph.D. with experience in molecular biology and mouse handling is especially encouraged to apply.|
|1/24/14||Aab Cardiovascular Research Institute||A NIH-funded post-doctoral position is available in a productive and growing cardiovascular research laboratory. Ongoing studies focus on the molecular mechanisms of the immune response in hypertension.|
|1/8/14||Aab Cardiovascular Research Institute||
Postdoctoral position available to examine the molecular mechanisms regulating normal development and pathological remodeling of the heart, focusing on the origin and function of the cardiac fibroblast.
|1/8/14||Surgery|| The Department of Surgery at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry is seeking to recruit a post-doctoral fellow for the Surgical Health Outcomes and Research Enterprise (SHORE). Successful candidates are expected to make significant contributions to scholarship in the field of surgical outcomes research, assist with grant preparation, and expand SHORE’s research portfolio.
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|12/12/13||Microbiology and Immunology||Positions are available immediately for outstanding candidates in the broad area of cell biology and immunology. Our NIH-funded projects study dynamic T cell migrations during immune reactions in live cells or animals using state-of-the-art optic microscopy systems including multiphoton intravital microscopy.|
|12/06/13||Microbiology and Immunology||A postdoctoral position in computational immunology is available at the University of Rochester Medical Center. The postdoctoral fellow will work with a vibrant group of biostatisticians and immunologists. As part of our research, we develop and apply innovative computational tools and modeling techniques to generate testable hypotheses and reveal fundamental principles about immune regulatory network.|
|9/26/13|| Aab Cardiovascular Research Institute
Research opportunities are available to study the molecular mechanisms of cardiac potassium channel membrane trafficking regulation in cardiomyocytes and in heart failure mouse models.
|9/3/13||Allergy Immunology & Rheumatology||A postdoctoral position to examine the function of proteins involved in bone erosion and metabolism in vitro and in vivo. The research project will focus on the regulation of several important proteins involved in cell-to-cell fusion during osteoclastogenesis.
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|9/3/13||Biochemistry and Biophysics|| A postdoctoral position to study the role of cellular defense systems such as APOBEC3G and Activation Induced Deaminase in suppressing viral infectivity, regulating immune response and/or contributing to genomic mutagenic activity.
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Postdoctoral position available to work on B cell responses to vaccines in normal and immunosuppressed subjects.
One or two NIH-funded postdoctoral positions are available immediately in Pulmonary Medicine -Lung Biology and Disease Program to investigate the cellular and molecular mechanisms of pulmonary and ocular fibrosis and utilize both in vitro primary human cell systems and preclinical models.
|4/26/13||Biostatistics and Computational Biology||
Postdoctoral positions to receive training in advanced biostatistical theory and methods, work on epidemiologic and laboratory studies related to environmental health and pursue methodologic research.
|4/12/13||Department of Orthopaedics||
Postdoctoral positions available studying pathways and genes that influence skeletal muscle regeneration, growth and maintenance. Various projects are available, including studies of skeletal muscle fiber and resident stem cell fate decisions in the aforementioned contexts.
|2/11/13||Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism||
Postdoctoral position to study androgen production and signaling in the ovary and prostate. The translational focus is on diseases of androgen excess such as Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), as well as androgen-dependent tumors such as prostate cancer.