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Graduate Research Education

Cell Analysis and Modeling Training Programs

Graduate Training

The specialized training program in Cell Analysis and Modeling (CAM) has developed from the Quantitative Cell Biology training initiative through the Center for Cell Analysis and Modeling. The mission of CCAM is to explore complex biological systems using the tools of computational cell biology and quantitative approaches to the analysis of living cells. CCAM has a significant track record in inter-disciplinary training at all levels from undergraduate students to senior investigators. CCAM has organized these training activities into a new and unique program at UConn Health for graduate training, summer research for undergraduates, and faculty fellowships. More...

Undergraduate Training

The Center for Cell Analysis and Modeling annually hosts a number of summer undergraduate students with strong backgrounds in the physical sciences, engineering and mathematics. They work in our laboratories for 10 weeks. CCAM's quantitative and interdisciplinary research addresses fundamental questions of how the spatial organization of molecules in cells is established and how it is utilized to control cell function. More...

CCAM Opportunities

University of Connecticut School of Medicine Faculty Positions

Assistant Professor Positions, Department of Cell Biology

The Department of Cell Biology invites applications for two tenure-track assistant professor positions (search code 2016-379), over the next two years. Outstanding individuals working in any area of cell biology are encouraged to apply. Candidates’ research should be aimed at addressing fundamental questions related to cellular, molecular, or physiological mechanisms of biological or biomedical relevance. Questions regarding this search should be addressed to cellsearch@uchc.edu.

 

Senior Faculty Position, Center for Cell Analysis and Modeling

The Berlin Center for Cell Analysis and Modeling, CCAM, is a multidisciplinary research center focused on development of new photonic, microscopic, and computational approaches for the study of cellular systems. We invite applications at the Associate or Full Professor (search code 2012-1038) level for an established funded investigator whose research program elucidates processes that control cell function. A research program that integrates laboratory experiments with computational modeling would be especially appropriate. The successful candidate will be expected to assume a leadership role in the continued growth of CCAM. Questions regarding this search should be addressed to cellsystems@uchc.edu.

The University of Connecticut School of Medicine has a highly interactive research environment with interdisciplinary graduate and medical science training programs. The environment is enhanced by generous support from the State’s BioScience Connecticut initiative and by the newly established Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine on our campus.

 

ALL APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED VIA THE UCONN HEALTH EMPLOYMENT SERVICES WEBSITE

http://jobs.uchc.edu

Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, research plan, statement of teaching interests, and names and addresses of at least 3 references. The University of Connecticut is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/V/PWD/PV.

CCAM Opportunities

University of Connecticut School of Medicine Postdoctoral Position

Postdoctoral Fellow Position (Yu/Mayer Lab)

Cell Signaling and/or Cellular Imaging

We are seeking young scientists with background in Cell Signaling and/or Cellular Imaging to join our research efforts on developing super-resolution imaging techniques and on understanding mechanisms of signal transduction. The team is jointly led by Prof. Ji Yu and Prof. Bruce Mayer. Please send any inquiries directly to Dr. Yu: jyu@uchc.edu

 

The University of Connecticut School of Medicine has a highly interactive research environment with interdisciplinary graduate and medical science training programs. The environment is enhanced by generous support from the State’s BioScience Connecticut initiative and by the newly established Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine on our campus.
 

ALL APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED VIA THE UCONN HEALTH  EMPLOYMENT SERVICES WEBSITE

http://jobs.uchc.edu 

Applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, research plan, statement of teaching interests, and names and addresses of at least 3 references. The University of Connecticut is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/V/PWD/PV.