Postdoctoral Training Opportunities

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Postdoctoral Fellowship in Immunology and Cancer   We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoc Research Associate to join the laboratory of Dr. Kim Nichols at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Successful candidates will work on projects focusing on immunodeficiency, hyperinflammation and cancer. Our laboratory combines in vitro approaches using primary and immortalized cells, as well as live animal modeling to dissect the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying protective and pathologic immune responses. In addition, we focus on developing novel therapeutic strategies to modulate the immune respone to lessen severe hyperinflammation.   The successful applicant will have opportunities to develop new skills and work in a world-class scientific environment with full access to cutting edge tools and technologies. This is an ideal opportunity for an enthusiastic, committed biologist to make an important contribution to defining the mechanisms of immune dysfunction in infection and cancer while working in a lab with a sound track record of success.
ID
43765
Department
Oncology
Faculty Member
Kim Nichols
Please apply here, in addition to specific postings, if you would like your CV reviewed by multiple faculty. Also apply here if you have been requested to do so by a recruiter.
ID
APO21
Department
Academic Programs
The Geeleher Lab is seeking outstanding candidates for a postdoctoral fellowship focused on developing innovative computational and statistical approaches to inform and improve therapies for pediatric cancer and other diseases. One of the premier pediatric research institutions in the world, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital provides exceptional resources and a supportive environment for career development. As a postdoctoral fellow, you will interact with leaders in cancer and translational research within and outside the institution and at national/international meetings. Innovative research will be supported by the lab’s infrastructure, which includes a wet-lab component. Postdocs have considerable flexibility and freedom to develop their research programs. Current research areas - Developing machine learning approaches for integration of pre-clinical, clinical genomics and electronic health record data for drug re-purposing and pharmacogenomics of anticancer agents Identifying targeted therapies for patients with cancer is a central focus at St. Jude, and genome and RNA sequencing of patients’ tumors is now being performed regularly as part of standard-of-care. A major goal of the Geeleher lab is to explore machine learning approaches to prioritize targetable variants and expand the scope of targeted therapeutics. The postdoc will explore, optimize and build on emerging informatics techniques, including integrating somatic variation with transcriptomic variation and with protein-protein interaction networks. The Geeleher lab’s wet-lab component provides a platform for validation of computational predictions and discoveries. Successful completion of the project has the potential for a direct positive impact on patient care and high-impact publications. - Developing statistical methods for integrating single cell and bulk tissue expression data to understand the relationship between common inherited genetic variation, gene expression, and drug response Chemotherapeutic response is a complex trait influenced by numerous factors. Inherited genetic variants influencing gene expression (expression quantitative trait loci, or eQTLs) have been identified as major contributors. However, our recent work has shown that the degree of influence of eQTLs on gene expression in cancer is less well understood than previously thought. The postdoc will explore how inherited genetic variation influences cancer risk, disease progression and drug response, building on methods developed in the lab to deconvolute eQTL signals from bulk tissue expression data to specific cell types. This work will aim to improve our understanding of inherited genetic variation in cancer and yield computational approaches applicable to a broad variety of complex traits and diseases.   About the Geeleher Lab   The lab of Dr. Paul Geeleher is in the Department of Computational Biology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Dr. Geeleher is recognized for developing innovative computational approaches and has led drug repurposing efforts, spearheaded publications in Nature, Genome Research, Genome Biology, Journal of the National Cancer Institute (JNCI) and Bioinformatics in the last five years and is funded by the NIH. Postdoctoral fellows in the lab will benefit from access to the wealth of high-quality genomics data generated at St. Jude, state-of-art high-performance computing facilities, robust analytical pipelines, the latest laboratory technology, outstanding core facilities and scientific expertise in genomics, cancer biology, statistics, and computer science.
ID
43564
Department
Computational Biology
Faculty Member
Paul Geeleher
We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoc Research Associate to join the laboratory of Dr. Jun J. Yang at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Successful candidates will work on projects related to leukemia genomics and pharmacogenomics. Our laboratory combines computational biology analyses of large genomic datasets with mechanistic studies using in vitro and in vivo model systems to dissect the cellular and molecular pathways underlying leukemogenesis and leukemia drug response.   The successful applicant will have opportunities to develop new skills and work in a world-class scientific environment with full access to cutting edge tools and technologies. This is an ideal opportunity for an enthusiastic experimental biologist to ask fundamental and innovative questions in cancer biology and take that information to develop novel therapies for children with these catastrophic diseases while working in a lab with a robust track record of success.   As one of the premier pediatric research institutions in the world, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital provides exceptional resources and a supportive environment for career development. As a postdoctoral fellow, you will interact with leaders in cancer and translational research within and outside the institution and at national/international meetings. Innovative research will be supported by the PI with the goal of providing postdocs flexibility and freedom to develop their research programs.   St. Jude provides a highly interactive and supportive environment for researchers’ career development and has been named to Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work 2018. St. Jude is a top-ranked hospital (#1 for pediatric cancer specialty in the U.S. in 2017) and a world-class basic research institute with 260+ faculty members. St. Jude postdoctoral fellows are provided with a highly competitive salary in an affordable city, a professional development allowance ($1,875), and an array of benefits, including sign-on bonus, health, dental and vision coverage, and a retirement program.   Interested candidates, please complete the online application and email your CV and cover letter to jun.yang@stjude.org
ID
43506
Department
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Faculty Member
Jun Yang
We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoc Research Associate to join Dr. Ji Sun’s lab at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Successful candidates will lead research projects focusing on structural mechanisms of membrane proteins.  We use cryo-EM, biophysical, electrophysiological and biochemical approaches to study the function of membrane proteins (Sun and MacKinnon, Cell 2017; Sun J et al, Nature 2014).  The lab has fully access to the state-of-the-art cryo-EM facility in St. Jude, which houses a 300kV Titan Krios and a 200 kV Talos Arctica electron microscope, both equipped with K3 detectors.
ID
43510
Department
Structural Biology
Faculty Member
Ji Sun
Changes in the Structure and Organization of the Genome During Neurogenesis   During retinal development, more than 8,000 genes change in their expression as multipotent retinal progenitor cells produce each of the 7 classes of cell types in an evolutionarily conserved birth order. Although it has been well established that multiple changes in the epigenome accompany changes in gene expression, little is known about how those processes are coordinated during neurogenesis. Over the past 5 years, we developed a detailed map of the structure and accessibility of the human and mouse retinal genome during development. Specifically, we performed a multifaceted integrated analysis that included profiling of the covalent modifications to the DNA and histones, promoter structure, chromatin accessibility, looping interactions, and euchromatin/heterochromatin localization (https://pecan.stjude.cloud/retinalnucleome). One of the most significant discoveries to come from this comprehensive analysis was the identification of a series of core regulatory circuit super-enhancers (CRC-SEs) adjacent to genes having important roles in retinal development, including Vsx2, Crx, Six3, Otx2, Fgf15, and Ascl1. Each of those CRC-SEs have been deleted in mice using CRISPR-Cas9 and analysis is ongoing. We are also analyzing the evolutionary conservation of those CRC-SEs in human stem cell derived retinal organoids. The results of these studies will be important for filling a fundamental gap in our knowledge about the role of CRC-SEs in retinal development and will set the stage for characterization of CRC-SEs in other genes required for retinogenesis. We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to study the role of CRC-SEs in retinal development and diseases such as macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy. Training in epigenetics, retinal biology and human stem cell research is preferred.   Michael A. Dyer, Ph.D. Investigator, HHMI Chair and Member, Developmental Neurobiology Department Co-leader Developmental Biology and Solid Tumor Program St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital   @MichaelADyerLab www.stjude.org/dyer  
ID
43435
Department
Developmental Neurobiology
Faculty Member
Michael Dyer
A post-doctoral position is available in the laboratory of David Rogers in the field of molecular mycology in the area of antifungal drug resistance. The overarching goal of the Rogers lab is to utilize genome-wide and molecular biological approaches to understand the molecular and genetic basis of antifungal drug resistance in pathogenic opportunistic fungi. The long-term goal of this project is to advance the treatment of invasive candidiasis by identifying the molecular mechanisms underpinning antifungal resistance in the emerging fungal pathogen Candida auris, and to ultimately use this understanding to design therapeutic strategies to overcome them. Our immediate objective is to fully understand the genetic and molecular basis of antifungal resistance in clinical isolates of C. auris.
ID
43301
Department
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Faculty Member
Phillip Rogers
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is committed to the education and training of the next generation of research scientists. St. Jude trainees are able to learn from clinical and basic science investigators who work in close proximity and interact regularly to translate scientific discoveries into improved therapies for children. If you are a highly motivated individual who wants to work at a world-class institution with state of the art facilities and learn from investigators at the forefront of their fields, consider advancing your research training at St. Jude.   A postdoctoral position is available at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for an outstanding and highly motivated candidate to investigate cellular signaling in the immune system.  We are particularly interested in dissecting the signaling pathways involved in innate and adaptive immune responses and cell death (NLRs, inflammasomes).  Please see the following articles: Cell (2020) 181(3):674-687.e13. Nature (2019) 573(7775):590-4. Nature Microbiology (2019) 4(2):316-27. Cell (2018) 173:1–14. Journal of Experimental Medicine (2018) 215(4):1023-34. Nature (2016) 540:583-7. Science Immunology (2016) 1(2):aag204-5. Cell (2015) 162(1):45-58. Nature Immunology (2015) 16(5):467-75. Immunity (2015) 42(4):654-64. Nature (2014) 516(7530):246-9. Nature (2013) 498(7453):224-7.    The laboratory of Dr. Thirumala-Devi Kanneganti offers a remarkable training environment for postdoctoral fellows focused on the innate immune system, including an opportunity to collaborate with researchers in the departments of Immunology, Infectious Diseases, and cancer biology. Generous salary support and a benefits package that includes professional development funds for journal subscriptions and travel to meetings are available. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has state-of-the-art facilities including core laboratories for proteomics, microarray analysis of gene expression, transgenic/knock-out technology and animal facilities from biosafety level 2 to enhanced biosafety level 3.
ID
43259
Department
Immunology
Faculty Member
Thirumala-Devi Kanneganti
A fully funded postdoctoral position is available in the Clements group in the Department of Hematology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital to study how the adult hematopoietic system is established during vertebrate embryonic development. We are interested in understanding how early precursors of the sympathetic nervous system and vascular smooth muscle precursors interact with developing endothelial cells to establish the earliest hematopoietic stem cells. Our recent findings (Nature Cell Biology, 19:457-467, 2017) and unpublished data define the existence of this connection in in vertebrates and we are now working to better understand key details. St Jude Children's Research Hospital offers an outstanding research environment, state-of-the-art scientific resources, and a robust community of talented, engaged, and collaborative investigators. We seek an intelligent, friendly, enthusiastic, committed, and capable individual to join our team.   We are particularly seeking an individual with experience in developmental hematopoiesis. In addition to a Ph.D., applicants should have a record of publication, and experience with molecular, biochemical, and cell biological techniques. This position will provide an opportunity for considerable independence and intellectual development, as well as examination of comparative developmental hematopoiesis.   The Clements lab is a friendly group with a keen interest in understanding blood ontogeny and its relationship to malignancy. We support work/life balance and believe that individual happiness is fundamental to scientific discovery and professional fulfillment. Memphis is a vibrant city in the mid-South, with a temperate climate, very active music scene, excellent restaurants, many family-friendly activities, and extremely affordable housing. St Jude Children's Research Hospital offers competitive salary, excellent benefits, and is an equal opportunity employer. Please send a cover letter describing research interests and accomplishments, CV, and the names and addresses of three references to wilson.clements@stjude.org.   https://www.stjude.org/clements https://twitter.com/Zfish_Blood_Lab https://www.linkedin.com/in/wilsonclements/
ID
43118
Department
Hematology
Faculty Member
Wilson Clements
A postdoctoral research associate position is immediately available in the lab of Dr. Jinghui Zhang, Chair of the Department of Computational Biology, for a highly motivated candidate to investigate 3D genome architecture in pediatric cancer. The candidate with be part of the 3D Genome Collaborative Research Consortium formed by distinguished researchers at St. Jude, Dana-Faber Cancer Institute, and MIT. The candidate will be developing innovative methods and perform analysis for discovery of cis-regulatory variants and for investigating heterogeneity in 3D genome architecture at the level of single cell. The appointment will be for 2-5 years, depending on the candidate’s goals, qualifications, and productivity.   Recognized as a world leader of genomic research in pediatric cancer, the Zhang lab has led the characterization of the genomic landscape for over 20 subtypes of pediatric cancers with high-impact publications in Nature, Nature Genetics, Nature Methods, JAMA, Cancer Cell, and NEJM in the last five years. The lab has a well-established track record of developing and publishing novel and high-impact analytical and visualization tools for cancer genomic research. Research in the lab is facilitated by access to the wealth of high-quality data, state-of-art high performance computing facility, robust analytical pipelines, latest laboratory technology and scientific expertise in genomics, cancer biology, and mathematics and computer science.    St. Jude provides a highly interactive and supportive environment for researchers’ career development.   St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. St. Jude does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, sex, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, transgender status, age, religion, disability, veteran's status or disabled veteran's status with respect to employment opportunities. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment. St. Jude engages in affirmative action to increase employment opportunities for minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities.   Interested candidates, please complete online application and submit CV to ComputationalBiologyRecruitment@stjude.org.
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43033
Department
Collaborative Research Program
Faculty Member
Jinghui Baker
We are excited to announce a postdoctoral fellowship available in the laboratory of Dr. Charles Roberts in the Division of Molecular Oncology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, TN.  Dr. Roberts is a leader in the field of cancer epigenetics, and his research has provided new insights into the central role of chromatin remodeling perturbations in cancer, discoveries that have been translated into investigational therapies for both pediatric and adult cancer patients.  His research specifically focuses on SWI/SNF (BAF) chromatin remodeling complexes.  Perturbation of these complexes has broad relevance to cancer as at least nine genes that encode SWI/SNF subunits are collectively mutated in over 20% of all cancers, making this the most frequently mutated chromatin regulator in human malignancies. Research in the Roberts laboratory is designed to discover the mechanisms by which SWI/SNF complexes regulate chromatin and transcriptional control and lineage specification, and the mechanisms by which mutation of SWI/SNF subunits drives cancer formation.  We also seek to identify specific vulnerabilities that are conferred by SWI/SNF mutation with the goal of identifying novel therapeutic opportunities. Based on work pioneered in his lab, in January of 2020 the FDA granted approval of the EZH2 inhibitor Tazemetostat for cancers that contain SMARCB1/INI1 mutations.    Dr. Roberts’ research is highly regarded and he has been elected to the American Association of Clinical Research, the Society for Pediatric Research, the American Pediatric Society and American Association of Physicians.  He is a passionate mentor, and is fully committed to training the next generation of scientists. In addition to being the Director of the NCI designated St. Jude Comprehensive Cancer Center, Dr. Roberts leads a very successful well-funded team with postdoctoral scientists, graduate students, technologists, senior scientists, a dedicated bioinformatician. You will receive outstanding training in the development of scientific thinking and other skills such as grant writing, manuscript writing, and effective presentation, as well as have the freedom to develop your own ideas in a rigorous and supportive environment. Previous postdocs and graduate student trainees have successfully pursued careers as leaders in academia and industry. A list of previous trainees is available upon request.   The Division of Molecular Oncology and the top-notch core resources at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will allow you access to the world-class expertise and technology necessary to perform high level science. In addition, postdoctoral fellows at St. Jude receive a generous yearly Professional Development Allowance for travel to scientific meetings.
ID
42716
Department
Oncology
Faculty Member
Charles Roberts
  Postdoctoral Research Associate-Cell Biology of Neural Development St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital   St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is a world-renowned institution that is recognized as one of the best places to work in the nation. As a premier center for research and treatment of childhood catastrophic diseases, we employ a diverse team of scientific and healthcare professionals dedicated to the promise of hope. Children from all 50 states and from around the world have come through the doors of St. Jude for treatment, and thousands more have benefited from our research. Description Neuronal polarity is an essential driving force that coordinates the choreography of neural development. How polarity signaling organizes the behavior of immature neurons, in addition to how polarity signaling cascades are regulated are the key topics studied by the Solecki laboratory. These questions are critical to understanding the pathology of neurodevelopmental diseases, where the production of neurons or their subsequent migration is defective.    Exciting postdoctoral positions are available immediately Solecki lab at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for talented and highly motivated individuals interested in understanding the cell biology of neuronal polarity or the regulation of nuclear architecture during neuronal differentiation. The Solecki Lab takes a multidisciplinary approach via cutting edge imaging technologies like lattice light sheet (LLS) microscopy or correlative super-resolution electron microscopy (CLEM) and computational approaches to mechanistically analyze the molecular and cellular mechanisms controlling neuronal differentiation, migration, and polarization.   Contact To apply for this position, submit the online application, and send a C.V. and 3 letters of recommendation to: David J. Solecki, PhD, Department of Structural Biology, Mail Stop 311, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105, USA, david.solecki@stjude.org.
ID
42727
Department
Developmental Neurobiology
Faculty Member
David Solecki
The laboratory of Dr. Taosheng Chen studies the roles of nuclear xenobiotic receptors (PXR, CAR) and drug–metabolizing enzymes (CYP3A) in tumorigenesis and cancer drug resistance. We use multidisciplinary approaches to investigate signaling pathways, identify and validate targets, and develop chemical probes to interrogate the function of PXR, CAR and CYP3A in order to overcome drug resistance and tumorigenesis in cellular and animal models (Lin et al, Nat Commun. 8:741, 2017).
ID
42373
Department
Chemical Biology & Therapeutic
Faculty Member
Taosheng Chen
Postdoctoral positions are immediately available Mark Hatley’s laboratory in the Molecular Oncology Division of the Department of Oncology at St. Jude Children’s Hospital to study how normal development processes are perturbed to drive pediatric embryonal tumors using rhabdomyosarcoma as a model system. Our recent findings defined the cell of origin of rhabdomyosarcoma, a presumed skeletal muscle tumor, as an endothelial progenitor cell (Cancer Cell, 33:108-124, 2018). We now seek to elucidate the mechanism of this cell reprogramming event and its role in cell transformation. The lab leverages genetically engineered mouse models, patient-derived xenografts, human and mouse tumor and primary cell lines as well as induced pluripotent stem cells as model systems to interrogate the underlying pathobiology of pediatric rhabdomyosarcoma. The Hatley lab is a very collaborative, interactive environment focused on scientific and career development of trainees. Successful applicants should have strong organizational and communication skills with drive and dedication to participate as a member of our team.
ID
42330
Department
Oncology
Faculty Member
Mark Hatley
The Chen Lab studies the transcriptional regulation of nuclear receptors and fusion oncoproteins by using chemical biology approaches, while members of the High Throughput Bioscience (HTB) Center (directed by Dr. Chen) work together on drug discovery technology development, therapeutic target discovery, assay development, laboratory automation, and high-throughput and high-content screenings.
ID
39875
Department
Chemical Biology & Therapeutic
Faculty Member
Taosheng Chen
The postdoctoral fellow will have expertise in biochemistry, molecular biology as well as experience with animal models.  The projects will utilize biochemistry, cell culture, cell biology and animal models of disease.  The goal will be used to understand how and where these proteins affect pathways in disease progression. 
ID
39791
Department
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Faculty Member
John Schuetz
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is committed to the education and training of the next generation of research scientists. St. Jude trainees are able to learn from clinical and basic science investigators who work in close proximity and interact regularly to translate scientific discoveries into improved therapies for children. If you are a highly motivated individual who wants to work at a world-class institution with state of the art facilities and learn from investigators at the forefront of their fields, consider advancing your research training at St. Jude.   Multiple postdoctoral positions are available in the laboratory of Dr. Thirumula-Devi Kanneganti, Department of Immunology at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for an outstanding and highly motivated candidate to investigate cellular signaling in the immune system.  We are particularly interested in dissecting the signaling pathways involved in innate and adaptive immune responses and cell death (NLRs, inflammasomes).  Please see the following articles: Cell (2021) 184(1)_149-168.e17. Cell (2020) 181(3):674-687.e13. Nature (2019) 573(7775):590-4. Nature Microbiology (2019) 4(2):316-27. Cell (2018) 173:1–14. Journal of Experimental Medicine (2018) 215(4):1023-34. Nature (2016) 540:583-7. Science Immunology (2016) 1(2):aag204-5. Cell (2015) 162(1):45-58. Nature Immunology (2015) 16(5):467-75. Immunity (2015) 42(4):654-64. Nature (2014) 516(7530):246-9. Nature (2013) 498(7453):224-7.    The laboratory of Dr. Thirumala-Devi Kanneganti offers a remarkable training environment for postdoctoral fellows focused on the innate immune system, including an opportunity to collaborate with researchers in the departments of Immunology, Infectious Diseases, and cancer biology. Generous salary support and a benefits package that includes professional development funds for journal subscriptions and travel to meetings are available. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has state-of-the-art facilities including core laboratories for proteomics, microarray analysis of gene expression, transgenic/knock-out technology and animal facilities from biosafety level 2 to enhanced biosafety level 3.   Contact Information Thirumala-Devi Kanneganti, PhD Member Department of Immunology St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital 262 Danny Thomas Place Memphis, TN  38105-3678 E-mail: thirumala-devi.danneganti@stjude.org https://www.stjude.org/kanneganti
ID
39551
Department
Immunology
Faculty Member
Thirumala-Devi Kanneganti
Postdoctoral Research Associate in Immunology and Immunometabolism in Dr. Hongbo Chi’s Laboratory   Summary Immunology postdoctoral positions are available in the laboratory of Dr. Hongbo Chi in the Department of Immunology, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (www.stjude.org/chi), to investigate discovery and cancer immunology, by focusing on cell metabolism of the immune system (immunometabolism) and its implications in cancer and other diseases. As metabolic pathways are inextricably connected to immunity and cancer, understanding these connections allows us to gain new insights into biological concepts and disease targets. We are particularly interested in understanding the metabolic programs (e.g. glucose, lipid, and mitochondrial metabolism), signaling pathways (e.g. mTOR and Hippo kinases; metabolite- and nutrient-induced signaling), and systems-level regulatory networks (e.g. interactions between protein regulators and their targets) in basic T cell and dendritic cell biology and antitumor immunity. To this end, we apply interdisciplinary strategies by integrating immunological and genetic approaches with cutting-edge systems immunology tools, including single-cell transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, network reconstruction, and in vivo CRISPR screening. Please see the following articles published over the past four years for additional information: Nature Epub ahead of print (2021); Cell Epub ahead of print (2021); Cell Metabolism 32:996 (2020); Nature Reviews Immunology 20:55 (2020); Nature 565:101 (2019); Nature 576:471 (2019); Immunity 51:1012 (2019); Nature 558:141 (2018); Immunity 49:899 (2018); Science Immunology aas9818 (2018); Nature 548:602 (2017); Immunity 46:488 (2017).   St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, ranked a best children's hospital for pediatric cancer, offers an exceptional research and training environment with state-of-the-art facilities, along with competitive salary and excellent benefits, to postdoctoral fellows.
ID
38521
Department
Immunology
Faculty Member
Hongbo Chi

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