We welcome applications from talented postdocs. We seek individuals with backgrounds in the biological sciences (biochemical engineering, biochemistry, cell biology, genetics) or physical sciences (e.g., physical chemistry, applied physics, electrical engineering, photonics, optics, molecular modeling), including computer science (e.g., information theory), who are interested in working on biological problems. Interested individuals should email jerome.fox AT colorado.edu.
We are also looking for a postdoc with expertise in optical microscopy and/or protein biochemistry. The associated project concerns the development of an optical system to examine the role of spatial organization—and, more generally, the function of spatial heterogeneity—in guiding the propagation of signals through biochemical reaction networks. We will use this system to rewire a signaling network implicated in cancer (and anxiety). Interested individuals should email jerome.fox AT colorado.edu.
Prospective graduate students who are interested in joining the group should apply to the Ph.D. program in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, or to one of the degree options offered by CU-Boulder.
Current CU-Boulder undergraduate students interested in doing research in the lab should send a resume and a brief statement of research interests to jerome.fox AT coloarado.edu.