The Alex Whiteley Laboratory is looking for enthusiastic graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to join us in working towards an understanding of Ubqln biology, in beautiful Boulder, Colorado.

We are committed to working towards achieving equity and enhancing diversity in our laboratory. As a new laboratory, we have the opportunity to build, from the ground up, a culture where differences are valued and where diverse voices and ideas are both heard and encouraged. We invite students and researchers of all races, ethnicities, and gender-identities to apply to join us!​

 

Here are some positions we are trying to fill in 2023!

1. Postdoctoral fellow: cell biology

  • Perform independent research on how Ubiquilins function to promote protein homeostasis in the cell using a variety of methods including advanced cell culture, in vivo studies, microscopy, western blotting, and other cell biological and biochemical methods.
  • Ph.D. in cell biology, biochemistry, or similar field is required.
  • Experience with molecular biology and cell culture is required. 
  • A strong track record of creative and rigorous research as demonstrated by publication record.

Please follow the links above to complete an application or email Alex directly for more information!

 

A note to interested graduate students:

In order to work as a graduate student in our lab, students must first apply and receive acceptance into a graduate program at the University of Colorado. We cannot admit graduate students directly, but we can accept CU graduate students in Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology (MCDB), Interdisciplinary Quantitative Biology (IQ Biology), or other related programs.

We encourage qualified undergraduates and recent graduates to apply for our home graduate program: CU Biochemistry Graduate Program

Interested trainees should email alexandra.whiteley@colorado.edu with CV for consideration.