Postdoctoral Trainee at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

A new opening postdoctoral scholar position in molecular biology is available at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, USA. This fellowship is last for two years and posible to extend. This position is open until filled.

The Center for Gastrointestinal Biology and Disease (CGIBD) is the research unit serving investigators who have an interest in digestive health research. The goals and objectives for CGIBD are to promote research and collaboration in digestive health, to maintain a research-training program to equip researchers for future projects and to initiate and maintain outreach programs to serve the international digestive health research community. Join an interdisciplinary postdoctoral fellowship program in basic and translational aspects of genetics, molecular biology, immunology, microbiology, pathophysiology and treatment of liver and gastrointestinal tract disorders. Program goals are to attract Ph.D., M.D. and DVM postdoctoral trainees to these fields and to provide training in state-of-the-art research techniques. Fellowships are for one year, with a potential second year of support dependent on successful renewal of our competitive T32 grant renewal, and are funded by an NIH (NIDDK) Institutional Training Grant (T32). Specific mentors and areas of interest can be found at

Further details of research activities can be provided upon request by emailing Balfour Sartor at and Ann Zakaria at


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