Education and Training
The Green Center for Reproductive Biology Sciences offers many training options for postdoctoral scientists, graduate students, and clinician scientists. The opportunities include training in gene regulation, genomics, computational biology, and reproductive biology.
The Center provides training and access to state-of-the-art instrumentation in individual labs and through experts in the Core facilities. Center faculty are committed to all aspects of mentoring, from science training to providing teaching and outreach activities to career development. Former trainees have successfully moved on to a wide variety of positions.
Apply for Training Opportunities
Candidates should submit a CV or resume, brief statement of interests and accomplishments, and a list of three references in one .pdf or .doc file to the Green Center for Reproductive Biology Sciences faculty member of their choosing. Learn more about Postdoctoral Training Opportunities and the Postdoctoral Experience here at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
Currently available postdoc positions:
- Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Studies on the Genomics of Gene Regulation - with W. Lee Kraus, Ph.D.
- Epigenetics and Stem Cell Biology - with Laura Banaszynski, Ph.D.
- Molecular Mechanisms, Computational Genomics, Mouse Genetic Models, RNA Biology and Noncoding RNAs, Protein Structure, Translational/Clinical - with W. Lee Kraus, Ph.D.
- Signaling and Gene Regulation using Proteomics and Mass Spectroscopy - with W. Lee Kraus, Ph.D.
- Structural Biology and Biochemistry of Gene Regulation - with W. Lee Kraus, Ph.D. and Xin Liu, Ph.D.
Applicants must submit a CV or resume, brief statement of interests and accomplishments, and a list of three references in one .pdf or .doc file to the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. While candidates are welcome to email faculty members to discuss research interests, candidates must apply to the Graduate School of their choosing.
Our fellows receive extensive training in patient care, basic and clinical research, and also have the opportunity to teach residents and medical students. Each subspecialty has its own application deadlines and requirements. Candidates should refer to the application information describing the subspecialty of their interest.
For inquiries, contact Dr. Lee Kraus, email@example.com.