Our laboratory at Johns Hopkins University (JHU) has a new opening for an innovative PhD graduate, to conduct vascular development bioengineering research, beginning summer 2018. The ideal candidate for this position will have extensive experience in vascular biology and development, while considering novel approaches to encouraging stem cells to repair and/or regenerate due to injury or disease. Experience working with vascular differentiation and hPSCs is a plus.
Dr. Sharon Gerecht is the director of JHU’s Institute for NanoBioTechnology, and a professor with joint appointments in ChemBE, MatSci and the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center. Her research focuses primarily on vascular repair and regeneration using stem cells and engineering cancer therapies. To better understand Dr. Gerecht's research, visit www.inbt.jhu.edu and www.gerechtlab.johnshopkins.edu
Interested candidates should email a cover letter describing their career goals, a copy of their CV and names of three referees to firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a minimum two year position, funded according to NIH guidelines and JHU employment policies.