Postdoctoral Fellowship in Protein Design and Mammalian Synthetic Biology
GartonLab (http://www.gartonlab.org/) at the University of Toronto is seeking to recruit at least two Postdoctoral Fellows interested in working at the cutting-edge of protein design and mammalian cell design. You will join a highly motivated team of synthetic biologists developing cell-based therapies and gene therapies, with a particular focus on regenerative medicine. Applicants should have completed their graduate studies in one or more of the following (or related) areas:
- Synthetic biology
- Computational biology/bioinformatics
- Protein design
- Cell and Molecular biology
- Structural biology
- Molecular genetics
- Systems biology
- Regenerative medicine
Applicants that have experience in gene editing, computational protein modelling/design, high-throughput library screens, human induced pluripotent stem cell (hiPSC) reprogramming/differentiation, or protein expression/purification, are strongly encouraged to apply.
As one of the world’s foremost centres in biomedical science, Toronto is an incredible place to undertake your postdoctoral research. University of Toronto ranks as the #1 University in Canada and consistently ranks in the top 20 globally (https://www.timeshighereducation.com/world-university-rankings). It is currently ranked 4th in the world for research output (http://nturanking.lis.ntu.edu.tw/ranking/OverallRanking/). The city of Toronto was recently ranked 7th and 6th in the world for standard of living and safety (https://www.toronto.ca/city-government/data-research-maps/toronto-progress-portal/world-rankings-for-toronto/) and is recognized as the world’s most culturally diverse city.
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