Postdoctoral Postdoc Position at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill is pleased to invite applicants to apply for a postdoctoral position in genetics. Applications should be sumbmitted as soon as possible.

The University of North Carolina School of Medicine created the Gene Therapy Center in 1993 with the goal of merging molecular genetics research with healthcare delivery. The Gene Therapy Center provides important resources to academic investigators through two core facilities created to support preclinical and clinical gene therapy studies. These facilities, the Vector Core and the Human Applications Laboratories, were created to ensure that investigators would have promising gene vectors available in the quality and quantities needed for preclinical or clinical studies. The ultimate goal of the Gene Therapy Center is to facilitate the progression and translation of gene therapy research from the laboratory bench into Phase I clinical trials for the treatment of human disease.

The work will capitalize on basic understandings of Adeno-associated viral vectors and disease etiologies for the development of safe and effective ocular therapies. Research includes viral vector design and production, preclinical experiments in relevant disease models, and if warranted the translation of technologies for patient testing. Data analysis and presentation is also part of the job as well as manuscript preparation and submission.


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