We are looking for a postdoctoral researcher to study circadian rhythms in the mouse model of preterm infants. The position is available in the laboratory of Braintime (Dr. Jihwan Myung) at Taipei Medical University, jointly at the department of pediatrics at National Cheng Kung University (Dr. Chao-Ching Huang). Dr. Myung is a circadian biologist who work on dynamics of multiple circadian clocks in a neuronal network (PNAS, 2015) and the brain (Nature Communications, 2018) and Dr. Huang is a pediatric neurologist (NEJM, 1999, 2004; Ann Neurol 2010; Mol Autism 2019; Pediatrics 2016, 2020). Based on human data, we plan to test our hypothesis in mice at both in vivo and in vitro levels. The project is funded by the Taiwanese government (the Ministry of Science and Technology, renewable annually for three years). A strong background in molecular biology and quantitative methods are required. Preference is given to enthusiastic scientists who are willing to explore interdisciplinarily. The laboratory of Braintime is in the heart of the Taipei city--the vibrant and growing international city. The Taipei Medical University is a top-ranked private university in Taiwan. A special foreign faculty perk is available from the university based on qualification.
If interested, please email your letter of motivation and curriculum vitae with three references to Dr. Jihwan Myung (email@example.com).
地址：Taipei Medical University, 12F, No.172-1, Sec. 2, Keelung Rd., Da’an Dist., Taipei 106, Taiwan