Good news for the lab: the NIH R01 (sex-dependent nanoparticle delivery) is slated to be funded! Looking forward to continuing this project in the lab! Thanks to all who contributed to the proposal/work: Vimala, Connor, Jordan and Crystal!
Congrats to Kassy for her hard work on the newly accepted SDF-1a modeling manuscript, “Stromal Cell-Derived Factor-1a Autocrine/Paracrine Signaling Contributes to Spatiotemporal Gradients in the Brain,” for publication in Cellular and Molecular...
Congrats to Kendall who accepted a laboratory technician position at University of Pennsylvania Med School in Dr. Paul Bates lab, focusing on the interactions between viruses and their host cells. Best wishes to Kendall in the new position and the move across the...
Sunshine, science, and great colleagues... Apply to join @ASUEngineering as a tenure-track faculty member in molecular, cellular and/or tissue engineering! (Please RT) @ASUResearch @ASU #ForksUp https://apply.interfolio.com/80790
We are recruiting postdoctoral fellows to work on several projects at the interface of molecular engineering and immunology. Learn more about our lab at http://wilsonlabvanderbilt.com. Please DM
if interested or visit: https://www.nature.com/naturecareers/job/postdoctoral-fellowships-in-immunoengineering-polymer-chemistry-and-biomaterials-vanderbilt-university-vu-728876. RTs greatly appreciated!!
Hello everyone! Next week for "Hearing from Engineers- SFB Talks to Industry Speaker Series", Padina Pezeshki, Ph.D. will share her experiences with clinical research throughout her academic career. Pre-register here: https://forms.gle/uHx7Si2BBTas12qF8
We're hiring! The postdoctoral faculty fellowships at UMBC are a neat opportunity to transition to a faculty position at UMBC or beyond. Please feel free to DM me with any questions. https://coeit.umbc.edu/postdoctoral-fellows-program/