Research Openings

Researcher

The Sackler Faculty of Medicine is looking for excellent and highly motivated graduate students (M.Sc. and Ph.D.) and postdoctoral students for our research labs. Research occurs on TAU's campus, in affiliated clinical sites, and in our research institutes.

 

Open Positions

  • 50% job for a native English-speaking research assistant at the Minerva Center for Interdisciplinary Study of End of Life. The job includes writing and editing academic articles and research proposals, as well as statistical analysis of data. The applicant should have a B.A. or M.A. degree in social sciences or health sciences, experience in academic writing (not only translations), and knowledge of statistics (preferably using SPSS). Please send CV's and a writing sample to: minervaeolr@gmail.com

  • M.Sc., Ph.D., and postdoc positions in the Salomon lab at the Department of Clinical Microbiology and Immunology to study bacterial toxins and their application as antibacterial treatments, Dr. Dor Salomon
  • Ph.D. candidate or postdoctoral trainee needed for a research project on the link between genome stability and aging in the Shiloh Laboratory. The project is based on existing mouse models and involves methods in cell and molecular biology, systems biology, metabolism, and neuro-behavioral experiments, Prof. Yossi Shiloh
  • Highly-motivated Ph.D. students needed for research on Modeling type 2 diabetes in cells generated from patient-derived pluripotent stem cells. Department of Human Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry, Prof. Shimon Efrat, 03-640 7701

  • M.Sc., Ph.D. positions to lead a project on the role of SUMO proteases in tissue morphogenesis, Department of Cell & Devleopmental Biology, Dr. Limor Broday
  • M.Sc, Ph.D, postdoc positions in Faculty lab to study the roles of cytoskeleton-derived mechanical signals in epidermal development, homeostasis and repair, Department of Cell & Developmental Biology, Dr. Chen Luxenburg
  • M.Sc, Ph.D positions in Faculty lab to work with advanced technologies in order to understand human diseases, Department of Cell & Developmental Biology, Dr. Noam Shomron
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