DISCOVERING DESIGN PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS AND IMPROVING HUMAN HEALTH
The Altschuler and Wu laboratories welcome exceptional applicants interested in working at the cutting edge of quantitative biology and drug discovery. We are excited to talk to candidates from a wide range of scientific backgrounds committed to high impact science - let us know how you think you could fit into our research.
We are committed to nurturing a collaborative, diverse and inclusive work environment.
Interested candidates should submit a brief one-page description of their research interests, resume, and contact information for three references.
NEW: Postdoctoral positions are now available to investigate ALS. The project takes a systems biology approach to understand disease networks around ALS and develop a scalable drug-discovery platform. A PhD or MD in neuroscience, neurodegeneration, neurology, cell biology, biochemistry or related fields is required. The applicant will work closely with a talented team with expertise in patient-derived cell models, high-content imaging, machine learning and computational drug design.
UCSF GRADUATE STUDENTS
UCSF graduate students should send inquiries about potential rotation projects via email. Please include your resume, and tell us what you are interested in working on, and potential start dates. Please make sure to contact us as early as possible.
If you are a medical resident (MD PhD), research specialist, technician or professional interested in sabbatical placements we also welcome your enquiries. From time to time, we also have openings for undergraduate summer placements.
Emails should be addressed to both:
Lani.Wu and Steven.Altschuler with the suffix: @ucsf.edu