Description:A postdoctoral position is available in the Robinson Lab in the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Kansas.Overall, the aim of the lab is to determine the role of sex hormones on musculoskeletal tissue regeneration and use this information to designbiomaterials to promote sex-dependent regeneration. Experience with some or all of the following is desired:- Animal surgery (preferably rat or rabbit)- In vivo response to biomaterials- Polymer chemistry, polymerization reactions, polymer-based scaffold fabrication and characterization- Mammalian cell culture (primary cells, stem cells, suspension culture)- Molecular biology techniques (RNA sequencing, CHIP, FRET, in situ hybridization, histology)Qualifications:Biomedical Engineering/Chemical Engineering Applicants should hold a PhD or MD/PhD in biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, or related discipline.Biology Applicants should hold a PhD in cell biology, molecular biology, or related discipline.Candidates should be independently motivated, creative, have a desire to learn/develop new techniques and approaches, and have excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates should have a demonstrated record of publications expected for her/his level of training.Expectations:- Draft and edit scientific manuscripts and reports- Aid in grant writing- Oversee lab orders, student training, project managementPlease include Postdoctoral Application in the subject line. The position isopen immediately on an annual contract and will remain open until filled. Please email a cover letter (include long-term goals, expertise,research interests), a CV, and names and contact information of at least 3 references to email@example.com.