Postdoctoral Position, Craniofacial Development, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Posted 12/29/2017

A motivated postdoctoral fellow is being recruited to study the role of Hedgehog signaling in craniofacial morphogenesis and birth defects.  The project integrates clinically-relevant mouse models, cutting edge microphysiological approaches, and advanced imaging modalities.  The applicant should have a Ph.D. and a strong background in developmental biology.  Preference will be given to candidates with experience with mouse embryo manipulation and bioinformatics.  Anticipated start date is June 1st, 2018

The University of Wisconsin is a great place to postdoc.  UW-Madison is among the top five public institutions in research expenditures, second among public institutions in the nation for research and development, and has more NIH-funded postdoctoral training positions available than any other institution.  The UW campus is the heart of Madison, which consistently ranks among the top 5 best US cities for young professionals to live, work, and raise a family.   More about postdoctoral opportunities and support at UW can be found at: and   

Please email a CV, statement of research interests and contact information for at least three referees to:

Rob Lipinski
Comparative Biosciences
University of Wisconsin
(608) 265-4043

Last Updated 12/29/2017