The Huh Lab in the Department of Pathology at Yale School of Medicine invites qualified candidates to submit applications for the position of Postgraduate Associate. The Huh Lab is focused to understand the process of cell plasticity and the underlying mechanisms in preneoplastic lesions in the stomach and liver with the goal of identifying novel therapeutic targets. We work with genetically engineered mouse models and organoid cultures derived from human and mouse.
The candidate is expected to have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in a biology related field, should have prior experience in mouse research. Previous experience with organoid culture is desirable, but not required.
Mentoring and Training
The postgraduate associate will be directly mentored by Dr. Won Jae Huh (Principal Investigator). It will include daily hands-on mentoring and weekly meetings to discuss scientific progress and career development. The associate will have opportunity to present their work in lab/institutional/national meetings and is encouraged to contribute to manuscripts for publication. The associate will receive training in mouse genetics, genotyping, multiplexed immunofluorescent microscopy, organoid culture, and other techniques commonly used in the lab.
Qualified candidates who are interested in applying should send an application package, including statement of interest, CV, and two to three letters of reference to Dr. Won Jae Huh