Careers

Postdoctoral Fellows in Nanomedicine

We currently have several openings for postdoctoral fellows in the Center for Nanomedicine at Johns Hopkins University. Candidates may become involved in several areas of interest:

  • Novel treatments for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD): to become involved in this area, candidates MUST have at least 2 years experience with preclinical animal models of IBD. Candidates preferably have prior knowledge of gastrointestinal tract physiology, microscopy, and molecular biology.
  • Nanomedicine in women’s health: to become involved in this area, candidates preferably have some combination of expertise in fluorescent imaging, nanotechnology, molecular biology, preclinical animal models, microbiome analysis, and culturing techniques.
  • Nanomedicine-based therapeutic delivery for treating neurological diseases: to become involved in this area, candidates preferably have some prior knowledge of the central nervous system. Preferred skills include fluorescence microscopy, preclinical animal models, molecular biology, and immunology.
  • Nanomedicine-based therapeutic delivery for treating ocular diseases: to become involved in this area, candidates preferably have some prior knowledge of the ocular physiology. Preferred skills include fluorescence microscopy, preclinical animal models, molecular biology.

Please submit a cover letter with a brief description of research experience, interests, and career goals (2 pages), a CV, and contact information for 3 references here.

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Undergraduate students interested in research assistant positions may submit resumes and cover letters to hanes-cnm@jhmi.edu. Positions are typically 10 hours/week, for credit.