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|09/25/2019||Dr. Bonnie Gance-Cleveland||Bilingual Clinical Researcher Postdoctoral Fellow Position||The College of Nursing has an open for a clinical research postdoctoral fellow position in the field of health promotion and prevention. This position is located on the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, CO. This position reports directly to Dr. Bonnie Gance-Cleveland, Professor in the College of Nursing, Office of Research and Scholarship, and this fellow will receive systematic training in the specialized knowledge and skills related to prevention and health promotion in maternal-child care with a specific emphasis on health disparities and the development and implementation of clinical decision support interventions. This fellowship is related to prevention and health promotion in maternal-child care with a specific emphasis on health disparities and the development and implementation of clinical decision support interventions. The fellow will receive core training experiences: clinical research, research program development, and teaching. This position is for full time for one||Please apply to CU Careers: Post-Doctoral Fellow (Bilingual): https:/cu.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=17109&lang=en|
|04/08/2019||Katherine Fantauzzo||The Fantauzzo laboratory studies receptor tyrosine kinase signaling in mouse craniofacial development. More information about our group and research interests can be found on our laboratory website (www.fantauzzolab.org).||A NIH-funded postdoctoral position is available to study the spatiotemporal dynamics of PDGFR dimer formation and identify PDGFR dimer-specific interacting proteins in the craniofacial mesenchyme, with the ultimate goal of providing therapeutic directions aimed at the treatment of human birth defects such as cleft lip and palate. This project will utilize an array of complementary approaches such as fluorescence microscopy of whole embryos and cultured cells, conditional mutagenesis in the mouse embryo and immunoprecipitation followed by mass spectrometry. We are seeking highly motivated, creative and interactive applicants with the ability to work independently. Preference will be given to applicants with a strong background in biochemistry and/or mouse developmental biology who published a first-author paper as a result of their graduate firstname.lastname@example.org|
|09/01/2017||Nancy F. Krebs, MD & Susan L. Johnson, PhD||The primary goal of the Institutional Training Program in Nutrition is to train the next generation of physician scientists and researchers who are committed to the prevention of disease and health promotion through careers in human Nutrition.||The NIH-funded Nutrition T32 post-doctoral fellowship training program seeks applicants with PhDs or MD/physicians who have completed residency training and wish to pursue an academic career in Nutrition-related research. The objective of this program is to provide research training in the nutritional sciences to physician scientists, basic researchers, and behavioral scientists in the setting of an academic medical center. Trainees develop skills to become independent investigators in a multi-disciplinary environment. Potential research areas and mentors include basic and human lab-based research, behavioral sciences, epidemiology, and implementation sciences.||Applicants, please see detailed application instructions and requirements in the attached PDF document or at external link If you have questions about the application process, please email Carolyn Doyle at NutritionT32@ucdenver.edu|