Marie Curie Post Doc positions at the Andalusian Center for Molecular Biology and Regenerative...

Updated: 7 months ago
Deadline: 01 Jun 2019

Job summary

The Pancreatic Islet Development and Regeneration Unit/Laboratory of Aging Biology (PIDRU LAB) at CABIMER in Seville (Spain) is interested in hosting a Marie Curie Fellowship.

Dr. Martín-Montalvo research is focused on understanding the intrinsic processes that control aging in mammals. Our line of research investigates novel metabolic interventions intended to promote healthy aging.

Job description

Marie Curie Post Doc position at CABIMER (Andalusia, Spain):

Description of the center

Andalusian Centre for Molecular Biology and Regenerative Medicine (CABIMER) is a groundbreaking multidisciplinary biomedical research centre in Andalusia drawing together basic and applied research. The center is a joint venture of the regional government, the University of Sevilla and Pablo Olavide and CSIC. The Institute occupies a building of over 9,000 square meters equipped with the latest scientific technology and is in close proximity to two university hospitals: Macarena and Virgen del Rocio. The building harbors 20 laboratories divided into 3 Departments: Genome Biology, Cell Dynamic and Signaling, Cell Regeneration and Advanced Therapies. Ten Core Facilities (Biological Resources, Cytometry and Sorter, Cell Culture, Genomic, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Histology, Microscopy, Model Organisms, Isotopes and Washing) accommodate the workload of approximately 200 professional researchers.

Description of the PI and the group

Dr. Martín-Montalvo completed his PhD in biotechnology at the University Pablo de Olavide (Seville, Spain). He then moved to the United States of America in 2009 where he worked as a postdoctoral fellow at National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes of Health. He moved back to Spain in 2014 to join the “Pancreatic Islet Development and Regeneration Unit” at CABIMER (Seville, Spain).

The overall research goal Dr. Martín-Montalvo focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms that control aging processes and to design novel metabolic interventions that could delay aging and promote a healthy lifespan. The long-term goal is to translate this fundamental research to the clinic. For more information see:

Supervisor Publications (see Martin-Montalvo A at Pubmed)

Publications= 42

H Index=21

Citations= 2950

SupervisorInternational collaboration

MouseAge COST action Consortium

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