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

  • M.Sc., and Ph.D., computational biologist positions in the Madi Lab studying molecular signaling that occurs following immune cell interactions or immunotherapies within the tumor micro-environment. We are utilizing single cell proteomic and transcriptomic technologies together with in vitro and in vivo experimental models hand in hand with advanced computational methods. Asaf Madi. Posted 24/2/2019
  • M.Sc., Ph.D., and Ph.D-M.D. positions in Ashkenazi Lab studying protein misfolding and neurological disorders, from disease mechanisms to clinical applications. Avraham Ashkenazi. Posted 10/2/2019
  • M.Sc., Ph.D., and postdoc position at May's lab for projects in evolutionary medicine, biohistory, paleopathology and physical anthropology. Hila May. Posted 29/01/2019
  • M.Sc. and Ph.D. positions to lead a project on the modeling of a lung cancer oncogene in C. elegans using the power of genetics. Department of Cell & Developmental Biology. Dr. Limor Broday. Posted 28/01/2019
  • M.Sc., Ph.D., and postdoc positions in Ashery-Padan's lab to study molecular mechanisms of eye development in mammals using state of the art genetic tools, stem cell technologies, bioinformatics and imagine approaches. Ruth Ashery-Padan. Posted 28/01/2019
  • The bone research laboratory is looking for passionate Ph.D. and M.Sc. students for projects on skeletal biology including (1) the role of endocannabinoids in skeletal biology; (2) bone produced endocannabinoids and cancer; and (3) gut microbiotia and bone density. Dr. Yankel Gabet. Posted 28/01/2019
  • M.Sc., Ph.D., and postdoc positions in the Shomron Lab to study Human Genomics using advanced technologies. The overall aim is to deepen our understanding of the development of diseases in order to generate significant impact through translating ideas in clinical reality. Prof. Noam Shomron. Posted 28/01/2019
  • M.Sc., Ph.D. and MD-Ph.D. positions are available in the Sagi-Eisenberg lab at the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology to study the underlying mechanisms of allergic diseases and the role of mast cells in age-related neurogenic inflammation. Ronit Sagi-Eisenberg. Posted 28/01/2019
  • Ph.D., and postdoc positions in the Carmi Lab at the Department of Pathology to develop novel T-cell based immunotherapies. Yaron Carmi. Posted 28/01/2019
  • Highly motivated Ph.D. students and post-doctoral trainees are welcome to enjoy the laboratory of Prof. Daniel Khananshvili at the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology. The research focuses on structure-dynamic determinants governing the function and regulation of ion-transporting and proteins in health and disease. Posted 28/01/2019
  • M.Sc., and Ph.D. positions in the Milyavsky lab at the Department of Pathology to study molecular mechanisms underlying normal and leukemia stem cells function. Dr. Michael Milyavsky. Posted 28/01/2019
  • M.Sc., Ph.D., and postdoc positions in the Parnas Lab at the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology to study neural circuits underlying learning and memory. Dr. Moshe Parnas. Posted 28/01/2019
  • M.Sc., Ph.D., and postdoc positions in the Rosin-Arbesfeld lab at the Department of Clinicial Microbiology and Immunology to study cellular signaling pathways and novel anti-cancer treatment strategies. Prof. Rina Rosin-Arbesfeld. Posted 28/01/2019
  • M.Sc. and Ph.D. positions in the Sklan lab at the Department of Clinical Microbiology and Immunology studying viral-host interactions of pathogenic RNA viruses. Dr. Ella Sklan. Posted 28/01/2019
  • 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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