#6193 Postdoctoral Associate – Stem Cell Biology

The Jackson Laboratory
Job Location
600 Main Street
Bar Harbor, ME 04609
$50,000 - 70,000

Comprehensive benefit package.

Job Description

A postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Professor Martin Pera at the Jackson Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine, to study the genetic basis of individual differences in the response of the central nervous system to injury, using a combination of human pluripotent stem cells and mouse model systems.


Ability to plan, execute, and analyze an independent research project as well as exceptional verbal and written communication skills. Preference given to self-motivated and career oriented individuals.

 A Ph.D in biological sciences or related field is required, and training in neuroscience and/or stem cell biology is highly desirable.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit (1) a cover letter describing past research accomplishments, research interests, and career goals, (2) a current CV, and (3) the contact information of three references, as one PDF file. Apply online at http://www.jax.org/careers/postdoc.html. Select link for Bar Harbor position #6193.

About Our Organization

The Jackson Laboratory (http://www.jax.org) in Bar Harbor, Maine, is recognized internationally for its excellence in research, unparalleled mouse resources, outstanding training environment characterized by scientific collaboration, and exceptional core services - all within a spectacular setting adjacent to Acadia National Park. Translational research collaborations in genomics-based, personalized medicine are fostered through our JAX Genomic Medicine campus in Farmington, CT. In addition to lab-based training, JAX has developed a unique program for trainees to expand their professional skills in science communication, entrepreneurship, teaching, mentoring and laboratory management to best prepare postdocs for future career opportunities.

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