Postdoctoral fellow in proteomics

University of Colorado School of Medicine
United States CO Denver/Aurora


A fully funded Postdoctoral Fellow position is available in cell biology, proteomics, and systems biology research with the lab of Dr. Edward Lau at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Our lab uses experimental and computational proteomics methods to examine the spatiotemporal dynamics of proteins and identify mechanisms of cellular differentiation and cellular senescence. We are seeking a postdoctoral fellow who is passionate about performing original research in an academic setting, has excellent organizational skills, is able to work both independently and in a team setting, and dedicated to maintaining a healthy and respectful workplace. The ideal applicant should show evidence of a sustained interest in quantitative life sciences, including but not limited to topics related to protein quantification, protein-protein interaction, functional annotations, gene network models, and kinetics analysis. Experience in the development and application of large-scale sequencing, mass spectrometry, and bioinformatics methods to analyze cellular and/or animal models are preferred.


Ph.D. or equivalent in cell biology, bioinformatics, computational biology, biochemistry, genetics, or related scientific fields from an accredited institution. Minimum of 3 years of active research experience in the life sciences in an academic environment.

Start date

As soon as possible

How to Apply

To apply, please email Edward Lau, PhD ( with a cover letter, CV/Biosketch, and the contact information of 3–5 professional references.