Innovation Travel Award
The Innovation Travel Award provides up to $5,000 for an investigator to travel to an outside laboratory to gain expertise in novel methodologies used for skeletal analyses and to help integrate these new technologies into one of the Research Cores upon return to Boston.
New Core Innovation Award
Letter of Intent Due November 10, 2017
Award Date: December 1, 2017
Required -Presentation of preliminary data to CSR Core Directors
Pilot & Feasibility Award
Two Pilot and Feasibility Research proposals provides grants of $30,000 for a one-year period; a second year will be considered on a competing basis. Awardees will be expected to present progress to CSR members biannually and provide a written annual report.
Research Technician I
The Research Laboratory Technician I is a full-time position, and the primary responsibility is to assist in ongoing research studies under the supervision of a Principal Investigator in the Endocrine Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital.
The MGH Endocrine Unit is a leader in investigating, diagnosing and treating disorders of bone and mineral metabolism, thyroid diseases and general endocrine conditions. Responsibilities include collection of and accurate recording of procedures and results, maintenance of databases used in the lab, ordering necessary reagents to conduct experiments, and participation in joint upkeep of the lab. This position requires a person who has Bachelor of Science degree in molecular/cell biology, biochemistry or a related field, pays attention to details, is capable of working independently under close supervision after initial training, possesses good verbal and written communication skills, and works well as part of a team. Work is reviewed regularly with the Principal Investigator who is available to trouble shoot problems.
Please visit the MGH careers site to apply or view other career opportunities.
The University of Michigan Department of Surgery is seeking a post-doc researcher for the Research laboratory of Dr. Benjamin Levi. The Research Fellow would be joining a basic science and translational laboratory funded by the NIH and DOD that consists of post-doctoral fellows, medical students, technicians and a research scientist supervised by Dr. Benjamin Levi. Currently, we focus on extremity trauma including fracture healing, heterotopic ossification, muscle fibrosis and burn injury. We are committed to identifying novel diagnostic and treatment modalities to improve the lives of civilian trauma patients and combat casualties. We welcome talented and committed candidates with recent Ph.D. in Immunology, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, or other relevant branches of biological sciences to join our team. The Fellow should have a strong foundation in immunology, molecular and cell biology, histologic analyses and flow cytometry. The duration of this position can be for 2 or 3 years. Interested candidates should submit
We welcome talented and committed candidates with recent Ph.D. in Immunology, Cellular and Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, or other relevant branches of biological sciences to join our team. The Fellow should have a strong foundation in immunology, molecular and cell biology, histologic analyses and flow cytometry.
The duration of this position can be for 2 or 3 years. Interested candidates should submit
Interested candidates should submit CV, a brief statement of research interests in a cover letter, and three references to Dr. Benjamin Levi.