“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." -Benjamin Franklin
UC San Diego’s Institute for Network Medicine is comprised of outstanding and diverse faculty, students, and staff, and provides a tremendous opportunity for training in labs that foster vibrant transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary research programs, in both engineering and biomedical science.
Prospective applicants are welcome to explore the rich opportunities from x-ray crystallography, cell biology, and biochemistry, to biophysics to systems biology (in Ghosh lab), to computational biology (Boolean lab), to translational medicine where an
all-human end-to-end drug discovery pipeline extends from target ID to target validation in human Phase’0’ trials on patient-derived organoid models (HUMANOID). Anybody who joins the group is welcome to take advantage of this rich training environment while remaining focused on productivity (papers, fellowships, and career-building that is goal-oriented for industry/academia).
Some of the ongoing research in the Ghosh Lab:
http://ghoshlab.ucsd.edu. Also, check
BioRxiv for accepted articles in Press. Dr. Pradipta Ghosh is a physician-scientist with dual training in medicine and basic science. She is also the Center’s Director, leading disruptive research in biology, medicine, and engineering.
We are currently seeking candidates for the following:
• Postdoctoral Fellowships:
for the job description.
applicants should apply with CV to email@example.com
We, at the Institute for Network Medicine, welcome trainees from all disciplines and at various levels of education and training (high-school, undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, those in fellow-to-junior faculty transition) to join us in this truly transdisciplinary initiative that unites teams within and without UC San Diego, from both sides of the Gilman Drive to solve an ambitious common goal.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.