Research Associate in Basic and Translational Sciences

University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine

United States


The Mitchell laboratory in the Department of Basic and Translational Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine is searching for a Research Associate. The successful candidate will have a strong background in ocular epithelial biology, with particular focus on calcium signaling and lysosomal actions. The successful candidate would run research projects on chloroquine retinopathy, exosomes, and nanoparticle development, with a particular focus on the physiological outcomes. Supervision of postdoctoral students and graduate students is expected, along with general lab duties. This is a grant funded position, but the candidate is expected to apply for their own independent research grants. Manuscript preparation is also required.


Ph.D. with 3-5 years postdoctoral training in ocular physiology.. Expertise in epithelial tissue culture, calcium measurements and lysosomal biology

Application Instructions

Applications should be done through Interfolio, providing a CV and cover letter.

In your application, please refer to


amsterdam uni

antwerp uni

cambridge uni

florida uni

hamburg uni

harvard uni

hiroshima uni

oslo uni

purdue uni

ryerson uni

shanghai jiao tong uni

stockholm uni