Descripción de la oferta
The Mechanoadaptation and Caveola Biology Laboratory of the CNIC, led by Miguel Ángel del Pozo, hires postdoctoral fellow to study the principles by which mechanical forces, tissue remodeling, inflammation, and Aging drives cardiovascular diseases. The selected candidate will combine next-generation immunobiology and Exosome biology, advanced omics and biophysics, with mouse disease models, in collaboration with the best laboratories.
En the field (David Sancho, CNIC-Madrid, Jacob Bentzon, Aarhus U.; Martin Schwartz, Yale U.), to explore how cells respond to mechanical signals derived from its environment (blood flow, muscle contraction, associated stiffness with aging…) and how this drives tissue remodeling and immunomodulation.
We encourage highly motivated candidates to apply to the next call for the Juan de la Cierva program.
Eligible candidates must possess a strong academic record, with first authorship of at least one first quarter publication.
Previous experience in extracellular matrix biology, immunity and inflammation biology.
Proteomics, metabolism, animal models and/or cardiovascular diseases will be highly valued.