Title: Postdoctoral Fellowships in Metabolism, Endocrinology and Obesity
Location: Boston University School of Medicine
Brief Description of Opportunity:
Applications from candidates with MD, PhD or MD/PhD degrees are encouraged to apply for postdoctoral training at Boston University Medical School and two positions are available immediately, funded by an NIH sponsored training grant (T32) under the leadership of Neil Ruderman, MD, DPhil, Director, Susan K Fried, PhD and Paul F. Pilch, PhD, co-directors. Funds can only be used for US Citizens or permanent residents.
Successful applicants will join a lab of one of an outstanding group of internationally known investigators at an institution with an exceptionally strong record of accomplishment in broad areas of metabolic disease.
Potential mentors include the following P.I.s:
Caroline Apovian, MD, Lewis Braverman, MD, Richard Cohen, MD, Barbara Corkey, PhD, Andrea Coviello, MD, Stephen Farmer, PhD, Susan Fried, PhD, Noyan Gocke, MD, James Hamilton, PhD, Michael Holick, MD, PhD, Nawfal Istfan, MD PhD, Konstantin Kandror, PhD, Zhijun Luo, MD, PhD, Lynn Moore, DSc, Elizabeth Pearce, MD, Valentina Perissi, PhD, Paul Pilch, PhD, Vishu Puri, PhD, Katya Ravid, PhD, Sayon Roy, PhD, Neil Ruderman, MD, DPhil, Orian Shirihai, MD, PhD, Joseph Vita, M.D, Kenneth Walsh, Ph.D.
Additional information about the training program and the research foci of potential mentors can be found at t32endo.org
Candidates should send as a single PDF file, a cover letter indicating their area of interest and possible mentor, their curriculum vitae, and 3 letters of recommendation to Drs. Fried (email@example.com), Pilch (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ruderman (email@example.com). Please note that this is a rolling deadline and applications may be submitted throughout the academic year.