Dr. Deepak Lamba’s Lab at UCSF is looking for creative, self-motivated and hard-working individual interested in stem cell research. The Lamba lab studies retinal degeneration and repair using pluripotent stem cells. The lab focuses human disease modeling using iPSCs as well as cell replacement therapies. The position is focused on generation in vitro organoid models from patients at UCSF clinics for mechanistic analysis and development of novel therapies.
The ideal candidate will have a recent Ph.D. in Biological Sciences (less than 2 years). Experience with hESC/iPSC culture, developmental neurobiology, neuro-immunology. Retinal microsurgery and/or genome editing technologies esp. CRISPR/Cas is highly desirable. She/he will be expected to work well in a collaborative environment.
Please send curriculum vitae, a brief statement describing research experience and scientific interests and the names of three references to email@example.com
To learn more, please contact Dr. Deepak Lamba.
Deepak A. Lamba, M.B.B.S., Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Dept. of Ophthalmology
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