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The Molecular Biosensor and Imaging Center/Bruchez lab is seeking a postdoctoral research fellow for a collaborative DARPA-funded project to build the next generation of implantable fluorescent sensor technology to monitor inflammation and other changes in living organisms, in real-time.

Candidates should have excellent quantitative skills, experience with fluorescence detection, preferably in small-animal models, and extensive molecular and cell-biological experience. Experience with construction and production of AAV vectors for gene therapy or gene delivery, experience with reporter gene constructs and inflammation biomarkers/model systems are highly desired. Candidates with a PhD in Physics, Biology, Chemistry or Biomedical Engineering with suitable experience and expertise will be considered. Excellent written and oral communication skills are required.

Please send CV, coverletter, and contact information for three references to

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