Postdoctoral Research Scholar Position in Circadian Clock and Genotoxic Stress Laboratory at North Carolina State University, Raleigh (Research Triangle Park), NC.

North Carolina State University

Postdoctoral Research Scholar Position in Circadian Clock and Genotoxic Stress Laboratory at North Carolina State University, Raleigh (Research Triangle Park), NC.

An exciting Postdoctoral Research Scholar position is immediately available in the laboratory of Dr. Shobhan Gaddameedhi within the Department of Biological Sciences and the interdisciplinary Center for Human Health and the Environment (CHHE) at North Carolina State University. CHHE is a NIEHS funded Environmental Health Science (EHS) Core Center. Through CHHE, the Gaddameedhi lab has access to world-renowned interdisciplinary research cores including the Systems Technology Core, Comparative Pathology Core, Integrative Health Science Facility Core, and Community Engagement Core. In addition, the trainees in Gaddameedhi lab have access for a strong Career Development Core which is coordinated with a robust Pilot Project Program that supports cutting-edge, collaborative, and multidisciplinary EHS projects to enhance research success and impact of the trainee’s career.

The postdoctoral research scholar will focus on molecular and preclinical research in the areas of 1) molecular biology, understanding the role of circadian clock genes in determining the timing of genotoxicity, immunotoxicity and cellular sensitivity to emerging environmental contaminants and UV-DNA damage response signaling mechanisms. 2) circadian clock and cancer biology, understanding the mechanisms of how circadian clock-disruption influences genomic instability, oxidative stress, inflammation, skin carcinogenesis and the radiation/immunotherapy efficacy. Additionally, these projects provide leadership opportunities to train students and to collaborate with translational scientists who provide access to human tissue biopsies.

Related publications of these projects can be found here.

If you have any specific questions about the project(s) or expectations about this position, feel free contact to Dr. Shobhan Gaddameedhi at

Applications must include the following materials and should be submitted using the following job link:

  1. A letter of application describing your professional goals and how your expertise fit with the above-mentioned projects (1-2 page long).
  2. A current curriculum vitae (CV).
  3. Complete contact information for three (3) professional references.


Ideal candidates should have a recent Ph.D. degree in biomedical sciences and a 1st author peer-reviewed publication(s). In addition to the lab skills, the ideal candidate must be self-motivated and be willing to guide the students. Also, must be able to perform research independently (designing and conducting experiments, analyzing, and interpreting original data and drafting manuscripts). A strong background in molecular biology and cancer biology are required. Having experience with DNA damage response signaling, circadian clock, genetic toxicology, skin biology, and/or mouse tumor model will be advantageous.

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