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Data number
D122041361
Date of publication
2022/04/26
Date of update
2023/01/20
Title
Research fellow
Institution
Keio University
URL of institution or department
Department
Department of Neuropsychiatry
Institution type
Private university
Content of job information

We are currently recruiting Research fellow who are interested in two projects.Please send your CV and what is your interests in aging research.

①Aging "Speed" and "Timing" regulated by epigenome
Identification of factors driving aging "speed" and "timing" by using system biology, AI, and molecular biology in fish, mice, and humans. Based on the aging platform including AI and gene-editing technology, we aim to develop small compounds and synthetic peptides to regulate aging and aging-related diseases.
(Yang and Hayano et al., Cell, in press)
https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3951490

② Physical elasticity and Aging
Cells and tissues change their physical elasticity over time as they age, and physical elasticity regulates surrounding cellular functions as a signal.


③Non-visual photoreceptor regulating Aging
Non-visual photoreceptors, such as OPN5, are evolutionarily conserved and regulate aging as a non-visual signaling function.
https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.11.02.466604v1.full

Especially, we are welcome a researcher who are interested developing basic research into a product through a startup.
In your CV, Please make clear what you are interested in.

[location and University]
Keio University, School of Medicine, Department of Neuropsychiatry
6N9 Center for Integrated Medical Research
35 Shinano-machi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8582
e-mail: mhayano@keio.jp
Ph: +81-03-5363-3972

[Recruitment]
2 researchers

[Start date]
As soon as available.

Research field
1.
Area
Biological Sciences
Discipline
All Biological Science
2.
Area
Biology
Discipline
All Biology
Job type
1.
Researcher/Postdoc level
Employment status
Full-time(Nontenured)
Work location
Kanto district - Tokyo 
Qualifications

Applicants should obtain Ph.D. within 4 years or will graduate Ph.D. within next half year.
Applicants should be a expert of molecular biology and cellular biology who has an experience of mouse study.

Compensation

Salary and insurance will be followed by the rules of university (negotiable)

Holidays: Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays, summer break, year-end and new-year break, the anniversary of foundation holiday, and paid holidays
Health Insurance, employee pension insurance, industrial accident compensation insurance, and employment insurance are included

Application period
2023/04/30 Deadline for receipt
Application
/selection
/notification of result
/contact details

Please send a CV and a cover letter to the below with your interests in aging research in our lab. After screening of your application, we would have an job interview.

The blows are essential in your application.
*what is your motivation to conduct researches.
*what is your interest in aging field

e-mail: mhayano@keio.jp

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mhayano@keio.jp
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