The Endocrine Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School invites applications for a Junior Faculty position at the Instructor/Assistant Professor level. Outstanding scientists in the field of basic/translational research will be considered. Candidates with a research program focused on hormonal signaling, molecular and cell biology, developmental biology, or tissue regeneration using molecular, cellular, or animal systems are encouraged to apply. Potential relevance of research topic to bone, cartilage, or mineral metabolism is preferred but not required.... Read more about MGH and HMS: Instructor/Assistant Professor
Qatar Biomedical Research Institute (QBRI), part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), is a national center of excellence in biomedical research. It aims to transform healthcare through harnessing and converting the latest advances in science, medicine and technology into novel discoveries that will lead to more effective treatments and preventive strategies for human diseases such as: diabetes, cancer and neurological disorders. The institute strives toward the development of novel diagnostic and therapeutic strategies to facilitate early diagnosis, treatment and management of these devastating diseases with the purpose of improving personalized medicine and healthcare. QBRI has recently occupied state-of-the-art life sciences laboratories in a newly established research campus.
Building on existing strengths, QBRI is committed to developing a center of excellence in diabetes with an emphasis on investigating the genetic and environmental determinants underlying diabetes and its complications, including its identification predictive markers and therapies.
Full-time Stem Cell Investigator position
QBRI is recruiting independent, full-time Principal Investigator (equivalent to Full Professor) to pursue research in stem cell biology in the Diabetes Research Center. The focus of our research projects is to use human-induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) to investigate the molecular mechanisms underlying diabetes, insulin resistance, and pancreatic beta cell development.... Read more about Qatar Biomedical Research Institute: Principal Investigator