Studying the Role of Nuclear Receptors in GI homeostasis

Application ends: March 16, 2024
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Job Description

The Fu laboratory mainly studies how nuclear receptors sense environmental clues and regulate Gastrointestinal (GI) homeostasis in healthy and disease states. We encourage scholars with Ph.D. degrees of relevant backgrounds in molecular biology, cell biology, immunology, human and animal physiology, nutrition, microbiology, etc. to apply. Those with certain research experience will be preferred. Have good English reading, writing, and communication skills, critical thinking ability, responsibility, and having a good working ethic, be ambitious and determined, teamwork and collaborative spirit.

Required application materials:

-Cover letter describing interest in postdoctoral traineeship at UW–Madison School of Nursing

-Curriculum vitae (CV) • One databased paper (preferably published)

-Three letters of reference

How should applicants apply?
Via PhD Insiders