Postdoctoral positions in Cedars-Sinai Endocrinology Research are available for NIH T32 eligible candidates (U.S. citizens or permanent residents).
- Richard Bergman, PhD (endocrinology, diabetes and obesity)
- Kenneth E. Bernstein, MD (physiology, biochemistry of the renin-angiotensin system in cardiovascular disease, cancer and lung injury)
- Neil Bhowmick, PhD (bladder and prostate cancer)
- Leland Chung, PhD (tumor-stroma interaction with the goals of defining the biology, imaging and targeting of tumor microenvironment)
- Mark Goodarzi, MD, PhD (molecular genetics of insulin resistance and insulin metabolism)
- Sandra McLachlan, PhD (thyroid-stimulating antibodies and their role in autoimmune hyperthyroidism)
- Shlomo Melmed, MD (pituitary cell cycle control, molecular pathogenesis and somatostatin receptor signaling mechanisms)
- Margareta D. Pisarska, MD (oocyte development, infertility, abnormalities in reproductive endocrinology, fibroids and premature ovarian failure)
- Basil Rapoport, MD (pathogenesis of thyroid autoimmunity, and structure and function of the thyrotropin receptor)
- Masahide Tone, PhD (regulatory T cell development in diabetes)
- Ronald G. Victor, MD (neural mechanisms of hypertension, induced hypertension and metabolic modulation of adrenergic receptor signaling
- Highly motivated and accomplished individuals with a PhD or MD degree and a strong background in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism.
- Both new graduates and those with some postdoctoral experience are encouraged to apply (PhD or MD or equivalent degree).
- U.S. citizenship or permanent residency required.
- Cedars-Sinai is committed to training a diverse group of women and men, including underrepresented minorities, individuals with disabilities, veterans and individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Please submit curriculum vitae, a personal statement with a brief summary of research experience, a list of faculty of interest, approximate date of availability and three references to:
Walid Sabbagh, PhD
Manager, Research Development and Grants
Department of Biomedical Sciences
8700 Beverly Blvd.
Davis Building, Suite 4018
Los Angeles, CA 90048