The Daniel Baugh Institute (DBI) focuses on the development of mammalian systems biology by combining experimental studies of biomedical problems with matched computational and mathematical analyses and approaches. The computational aspect of the program is concerned with studying neuronal adaptive mechanisms using multi-scale simulations involving gene regulatory networks, intracellular signaling networks and membrane biophysics using hybrid deterministic/stochastic models.
Benefits and salary commensurate with experience and include health insurance. The complexity of the relevant technology requires at least a two-year initial commitment.
We are looking to add to our team driven and self-motivated individuals who are interested in working in a uniquely collaborative group and receive interdisciplinary training in a highly stimulating and diverse environment.
Thomas Jefferson University is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and members of minorities are encouraged to apply.
Daniel Baugh Institute
- Computational modeling analysis of mitochondrial superoxide production under varying substrate conditions and upon inhibition of different segments of the electron transport chain
- The role of the gut-brain axis in alcohol use disorders
- Silence on the relevant literature and errors in implementation
- Multiscale model of dynamic neuromodulation integrating neuropeptide-induced signaling pathway activity with membrane electrophysiology
- MicroRNA network changes in the brain stem underlie the development of hypertension