Join us on November 17th, 2021 at 5:00 pm PST, for the CRA Life Sciences Information Session & Case Discussion . This is an event for Ph.D. students to connect with us to learn more about our company, learn about career opportunities in consulting, and features a case discussion in interactive breakout groups to discuss how CRA approaches designing its research methodology for client projects. This is an excellent opportunity to network with our consultants through breakout rooms and learn more about the day to day life as a Consulting Associate at CRA. Please feel free to share this event with interested parties.
This event is geared towards students who are:
While we encourage applications from across the US and Canada, we will be recruiting for full-time roles for our San Francisco office during this event.
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The Department of Plant Sciences has an opening for a 25% TA for PLS 100AL for Fall 2021.
Application deadline: open until filled; we recommend that you apply soon.
PLS 100AL – Metabolic Processes of Cultivated Plants Laboratory
Position available: 25% TA (10 hours/week)
Instructors: Eduardo Blumwald (email@example.com), Georgia Drakakaki (firstname.lastname@example.org), Matthew Gilbert (email@example.com), and Cai-Zhong Jiang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
(If you have questions about the TA position and/or course, please contact the instructors.)
Course meets: Mondays, 3:10-6:00 pm
TA will be responsible for lab prep, helping lead labs/discussions, grading quizzes and extensive lab reports, maintaining student records, and holding a weekly office hour.
Preferred background: Experience with biological lab techniques.
An application is required. To apply, please email your application and a CV (recommended) as one pdf file to Lisa Brown (email@example.com). The application form is attached.
Techniques and instruments used to study plant metabolic processes, including water relations, respiration, photosynthesis, enzyme kinetics, microscopy, immunochemistry, and nitrogen fixation. Quantitative methods, problem solving, and practical applications are emphasized.
Post-Doctoral Fellow Position
Post-Doctoral Fellow Position
Position: Post-Doctoral Fellow
Education: Doctorate of Philosophy Required
Background (preferred): Immunology, Diabetes, Stem Cell Biology, Transplantation
Preferred Skills: flow cytometry, cytotoxicity assays, mixed lymphocyte culture and other immunological
assays, stem cell culture, humanized mice, transplantation procedure in rodents and rodent handling,
immunohistochemistry, immunofluorescence microscopy
Duties: Design and execute studies related to the primary research focus and funded projects. The proposed
research examines the potential beneficial effects of genetic modifications of human pluripotent stem cell-
derived islet organoids and how these modifications and established cells lines might be cloaked from attack
by an allogeneic immune system, using both cell culture assays and after transplantation into humanized mice.
These studies seek to define what modifications may promote protection from destructive immune
mechanisms and support the concept that genome editing of stem cells for therapeutic benefit.
The following basic job description involves:
1. Study design
2. Data collection (behavioral and tissue/molecular)
3. Data analyses (behavioral, microscopy, bench work, statistical)
4. Prepare manuscripts
5. Write grants
6. Present findings at local and scientific meetings
7. Mentor students (undergraduate, graduate)
The Division of Transplantation and Odorico Lab (https://www.surgery.wisc.edu/research/researchers-
labs/odorico/) is seeking an enthusiastic and energetic post-doctoral fellow with excellent communication
Please email your Cover Letter and CV to the following:
Jon S. Odorico, MD, FACS, FAST
Wisconsin Institutes of Medical Research
UW Transplant Center
H4/756 Clinical Science Center
600 Highland Ave.
Madison, WI 53792
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