NIH-supported Postdoctoral Fellow Positions in Leukocyte Biology andImmunology at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine (UConn Health)Our laboratory is looking for motivated postdoctoral fellows to studyintegrin activation and leukocyte trafficking in inflammatory diseases usingadvanced microscopy, such as super-resolution microscopy, high-resolutionlive-cell imaging, and intravital microscopy.We work on primary human leukocytes, leukocyte-like cell lines, and gene-edited mice to answer questions regarding integrin activation and leukocytetrafficking. Multiple advanced microscopy, from single-molecular level super-resolution microscopy to physiological-relevant intravital microscopy, willbe used.The PI is a faculty member of the Department of Immunology at UConn Health (https://health.uconn.edu/immunology/). This is an exciting researchenvironment to cultivate new research ideas and opportunities. The PI hasreceived an R01 award from NIH and a startup fund to support our research.The candidate will receive excellent guidance on scientific research as wellas career development (grants, awards, conferences, etc.).Qualified applicants should have a Ph.D. degree in Cell Biology, Immunology,Biomedical Engineering, Cardiology, or in a related field, and have astrong record of publications. Preference will be given to candidates withexperience in gene-editing in cells or mice, live-cell imaging, super-resolution imaging, or intravital imaging. People with inflammatory diseasemodels in mice are encouraged to apply. Interested candidates should sendtheir CV, representative publications, and names of three references to Dr.Zhichao Fan (firstname.lastname@example.org). UConn Health is an affirmative action employer, in addition to an EEO and M/F/V/PWD/PV employer.