The Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences is an independent research institute within OHSU that is dedicated to health and safety in the workplace. The Institute receives its base funding from the Oregon Workers’ Compensation Fund and leverages this base funding to secure federal government grants in basic, clinical, and applied research. We perform biomedical/occupational research and innovation for a healthy workforce, aimed at promoting health and reducing disease and disability among workers across the nation, particularly in Oregon.
The Butler Clock Physiology Lab is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to study circadian rhythms, sex differences, and the effects of circadian disruption on health and disease in animal models.
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in biology, neuroscience, or similar field. Our lab is looking to hire candidates with curiosity and enthusiasm for science. Experience with circadian-rhythms research, electrophysiology, or systems-neuroscience techniques would be advantageous but is not a requirement. The successful applicant will join a community at OHSU with strengths in circadian and sleep biology in animal models and humans.
Research fellows are strongly supported in their professional development by a mentoring team that provides guidance on career trajectory. Duties will include animal and bench experiments and data analysis, and writing and presenting the results. Salary and rank are commensurate with education, skills, and experience.
For more information and to apply online visit www.ohsujobs.com, or email Matthew Butler: email@example.com.
Please upload a letter of introduction, CV, and list of three professional references.
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