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Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunities - The Ohio State University Fall 2018

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Biological Sciences

Health Sciences
  • Molecular Basis of Genetic Myopathies and Developing CRISPR Genome Editing Therapy, Contact: Renzhi Han, Department of Surgery, 
  • Colorectal Cancer, Contact Jing Wang, The Ohio State University James Comprehensive Cancer Center, 
  • The Distribution of Abortion and Systems Dynamic Modeling of Infant and Maternal Mortality, Contact: Abigail Norris Turner, Department of Internal Medicine, open@osu.ede 
  • Molecular Mechanisms of Colon Cancer Metastasis, Contact: Jing Wang, The Ohio State University James Comprehensive Cancer Center, 
  • Breast Cancer Associated Brain Tumor Microenvironment, Contact: Gina Sizemore, Department of Radiation Oncology, 
  • Research with Brain Tumor Related Projects, Contact: Inan Olmez, 
  • Physiology of Neural Stem Cells, Contact Inan Olmez, 
  • Role of the Tumor Microenvironment of Thyroid Cancers, Contact: Lawrence Shirely; Nanci Eddington, 
  • Independent Research to Characterize the Functional and Molecular Changes Associated with Mouse Models of Human Development and Tumorigenesis, Contact: Dr. Lawrence Kirschner; Nanci Eddington, Comprehensive Cancer Center, 

Mathematical Sciences

Physical Sciences

  • Independent Research in cosmology, astroparticle physics, or astrophysics. Current research areas include dark energy, large-scale structure, Galactic dynamics and substructure, cosmic microwave background, gravitational lensing, dark matter, galaxy formation and evolution, cosmic rays, gamma rays, neutrinos, nucleosynthesis, stellar physics, supernovae, gamma-ray bursts, and active galactic nuclei, Contact: Center for Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, 
  • Advanced research Topics relevant to Polar and Alpine Environments and Global Climate Change, Contact: the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, see to contact specific member of the Byrd Center
  • Postdoctoral Researcher Position in the Labs of Professor P. Chris Hammel, relating to projects in optically detected scanned probe magnetic resonance using NV centers in diamond, Contact: Chris Hammel, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 

Social Sciences

Candidates for all of the above positions may be eligible for funding through the Presidential Postdoctoral Scholars Program.