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Postdoctoral Fellow, Immunology and Regenerative Medicine, Lamba Lab

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27d ago

đź’Ľ Graduate Job

San Francisco

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  • You must have a Ph.D. in Stem Cell Biology, Reprogramming, Cell Biology or Neuroscience, with a strong track record of research excellence. Experience in organoid models, CRISPR screens, and/or stem cell biology is essential. Additional skills in computational, retinal in vivo, or omics would be advantageous. Join us to tackle challenging problems in retinal biology with a proactive, collaborative, and highly motivated approach.
  • You will develop novel in vitro disease models, test therapeutic hypotheses for retinal diseases, conduct independent research, and drive projects with a positive and collaborative attitude.

Graduate Job

Research & Development, Science•San Francisco


  • We advance science so that we all have more time with the people we love.
  • The Lamba Lab in the Department of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine at Genentech is seeking a self-motivated and curious Postdoctoral Fellow to develop and drive projects on retinal disease modeling and repair. The Departments of Immunology and Regenerative Medicine are part of Genentech Research and Early Development (gRED): scientists in gRED are at the interface between academic and industry research and are expected to present their research in publications as well as international conferences in addition to intra- and inter-departmental meetings. The Lamba lab is interested in understanding retinal disease pathogenesis using human stem cell based models.


  • Ph.D. with a proven track record of excellence in either Stem Cell Biology, Reprogramming, Cell Biology or Neuroscience
  • Must have advanced at least one key research project as evidenced by a first author paper published or accepted in a leading peer-reviewed journal.
  • Strong background in culturing and manipulating organoid models, CRISPR screens or stem cell biology as evidenced by a first author paper published or accepted in peer-reviewed journals.
  • Preferred:
  • Computational skills, retinal in vivo experience, or omics experience would be advantageous.
  • Expertise in retinal disease modeling especially using pluripotent cells is highly desired.
  • Team player with a proactive attitude to tackle long standing, difficult problems in retinal biology.
  • Highly motivated and capable of independent work in a collaborative and multidisciplinary environment.

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities

Research & Development


  • Focused on develop novel in vitro disease models for understanding disease pathogenesis and/or test novel therapeutic hypothesis for retinal diseases.
  • This role will require the ability to conceive, plan, and conduct independent research.
  • You will have a positive, resilient, and collaborative attitude with the ability to develop novel hypothesis and drive projects.


Work type

Full time

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San Francisco