- Qualification PhD
- Apply Before Long-term Recruitment
- Discipline Medical & Health Science
- Department/School Website lsi.zju.edu.cn
Introduction of LSIZJU:
The Life Sciences Institute (LSI) was founded in October, 2009 as the first Special Academic Unit of Zhejiang University. Located in Hangzhou, one of the most historic, picturesque and livable cities in China, LSI aims to be an internationally recognized biomedical research institution. LSI has assembled a Scientific Advisory Board comprised of world-renowned biological scientists to offer consultation on faculty recruitment and institutional development, and continued its effort to recruit top-tier scientists world-wide of any nationalities to establish laboratories focusing on fundamental questions in life and biomedical sciences.
LSI currently has 28 faculty members in areas of cancer biology, regenerative medicine, inflammation biology, systems biology and structural biology. LSI is empowered by unparalleled freedom in academic, graduate education, personnel management, and financial flexibility within the university. We offer a state-of-the-art core facility, including next-generation sequencer, super-resolution microscopes, multi-color flow cytometer, mass spectrometer, small animal in vivo imaging facility, zebrafish facility and a large number of shared facilities on campus.
LSI has achieved impressive accomplishments in the past few years. To further strengthen its international competitiveness, LSI is expanding its research programs with top scientists. We cordially invite outstanding scientists at all levels around the world to join LSI.
In order to enrich the research team, LSI recruits outstanding postdoctoral around the world.
(1) A Ph.D. degree in life sciences, basic medicine or other related fields, with publications in international journals. Trainings in cancer biology, stem cell biology, inflammation biology, systems biology and other disease-related areas are particularly preferred.
(2) Self-motivation and innovative thinking with solid techniques in cell biology, biochemistry and molecular biology.
(3) Ability to understand and criticize research papers in English.
(4) Excellent writing and oral communication skills in English, a strong sense of responsibility and team spirit.
(5) Independence in scientific research with guidance from the PI.
Salary will be commensurate with experience, following the guideline of Zhejiang University. A competitive salary package will be provided (excluding mentor’ work allowance and postdoctoral fellowship funded by the Institute）.
Ph.D. graduates from the world’s top 100 universities and colleges, foreign Ph.D. graduates from top overseas universities or other outstanding PhD graduates will be provided 200,000 RMB annually by the university, and it should reach above 300,000 RMB annually with the fund from the mentor and the Institute.
Foreign Ph.D. graduates or Ph.D. graduates from top overseas universities, universities in the list of China’s “Double-First Class” initiative or preponderant disciplines, will be provided 100,000 RMB -120,000 RMB annually by the university. It should reach higher than 170,000 RMB for candidates plus the fund from the mentor and the Institute.
* Standard Funding
Other Ph.D. graduates will be provided 60,000 -80,000 RMB annually by the university.
After evaluation, outstanding postdoctoral can get fellowship funded by the Institute, no more than 50,000 RMB annually.
1. A full CV including all education and working experiences;
2. Supporting documents (i.e., publication record and received awards);
3. Contact information of 2-3 references.
Please email all materials in PDF format to the PI of interest.
Position openings are listed below:
|Dr. Xin-Hua Feng||Proteins modifications and signaling networks in cell growth control, tumorigenesis and firstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88208038|
|Dr. Kunliang Guan||The molecular mechanisms of cell growth, cell metabolism, and email@example.com||86-571-88206016|
|Dr. Haiwei Song||Studying structure and function of proteins and complexes implicated in human firstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88981926|
|Dr. Heng-Yu Fan||The mechanisms of mammalian germ cell development and the desease model related to female reproductive email@example.com||86-571-88981370|
|Dr. Xiangwei He||Mechanisms of chromatin-mediated epigenetic stability in the fission yeast S.firstname.lastname@example.org||86-571- 88206639|
|Dr. Jun Huang||To understand the molecular mechanisms underlying genome instability and email@example.com||86-571-88981391|
|Dr. Jianping Jin||Ubiquitylation, Inflammation and Cancerfirstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88208657|
|Dr. Chao Tong||Autophagy and email@example.com||86-571-88981370|
|Dr. Pinglong Xu||Elucidate the physiological role and underlying mechanisms of innate host defense and cytokine signaling in modulation of tumorigenesis and tumor firstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88206078|
|Dr. Sheng Ye||Structural email@example.com||86-571-88981521|
|Dr. Bin Zhao||Molecular mechanism of organ size control and cancer; functional annotation of the firstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88208545|
|Dr. Yongqun Zhu||Molecular mechanism of bacterial-host interactions in the email@example.com||86-571-88206122|
|Dr. Dong Fang||Elucidate the function of oncohistones in tumorigenesis and how the histone modificationsare firstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88981373|
|Dr. Xing Guo||Proteasome regulation in health and email@example.com||86-571-88981783|
|Dr. Junfang Ji||microRNAfirstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88208956|
|Dr. Junling Jia||Utilizing model organisms and genomic/epigenomic approaches to investigate fundamental questions related to chromatin structure during stem/progenitor cells proliferation and email@example.com||86-571-88208502|
|Dr. Jin Jin||Molecular Immunologyfirstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88208536|
|Dr. Shixian Lin||Probing proteins modifications and life cycle with chemistry and email@example.com||86-571-88981543|
|Dr. Aimin Ren||Structural and functional study of important RNA firstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88981227|
|Dr. Heng Ru||Research interests: The molecular mechanisms of antigen receptor gene recombination, DNA transposition, repair and its regulatory process by means of cryo-EM.||email@example.com||86-571-88206435|
|Dr. Li Shen||Epigenomic regulation in pluripotency,differentiation,and human firstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88981751|
|Dr. Hai Song||Mammalian embryonic development, stem cells, tissue injury and repair, email@example.com||86-571-88206850|
|Dr. Fangwei Wang||The regulation of mitotic cell division, focusing on protein kinases and histone firstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88206127|
|Dr. Liming Wang||Neural regulation of energy homeostasis; Disease models for lipid metabolism and dysfunction; Biophotonics.||email@example.com||86-571-88981815|
|Dr. Bing Yang||Develop mass spectrometry based technology for characterizing protein-protein interaction and protein firstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88208562|
|Dr. Long Zhang||The cellular signaling in tumorigenesis and cancer metastasis||L_Zhang@zju.edu.cn||86-571-88208375|
|Dr. Jie Zhou||Structural, mechanistic and functional aspects of protein translation in bacteria and eukarya by using biochemistry, X-ray crystallography and cryo-electron email@example.com||86-571-88981373|
|Dr. Qi Zhou||Genome Evolution; Evolution of Sex Determination Mechanisms and Sex Chromosomes of Birds and Insects.||firstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88981752|
|Dr. Qing Zhou||Studying the genetics, genomics and pathophysiology of inherited email@example.com||86-571- 88981042|
|Dr. Saiyong Zhu||Studying the molecular mechanisms controlling endoderm cell fate and developing effective cell-based and/or pharmaceutical therapeutics for metabolic firstname.lastname@example.org||86-571-88981797|
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