Postdoctoral Fellow
In Vivo Metabolism
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Calico Labs

201-500 employees

Researching and developing therapies for age-related diseases.
Company Overview
Calico Life Sciences, an Alphabet-incubated company, is a unique blend of biotechnology and academia, dedicated to understanding the biology of aging and developing interventions for age-related diseases. The company's culture fosters curiosity-driven discovery science, utilizing advanced technologies and computing capabilities, and is marked by a long-term perspective and relentless focus on quality research. With a vibrant drug-development pipeline and numerous collaborations, Calico is a leader in its field, offering an exciting environment for those passionate about medical breakthroughs and the science of aging.
Biotechnology

Company Stage

Seed

Total Funding

$2M

Founded

2013

Headquarters

South San Francisco, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

3%

1 year growth

17%

2 year growth

42%
Locations
San Bruno, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
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Desired Skills
Communications
CategoriesNew
Lab & Research
Life Sciences
Medical Research
Requirements
  • Currently pursuing, or recently obtained a PhD in cell/molecular biology, biochemistry or a related field
  • Experience working with animal models to study human disease and/or aging
  • Deep knowledge of cellular and organismal metabolism
  • Detail-oriented and organized
  • A track record of strong research productivity
  • Strong teamwork and communication skills
  • Self-motivated with a “can-do” attitude
  • Flexible, able to respond quickly to shifting priorities and able to multitask
Responsibilities
  • Perform basic research to determine how altering metabolism through dietary intervention and/or genetic perturbations impacts the physiological effects of aging
  • Utilize in vivo stable isotope tracing and mass spectrometry to quantitatively measure age-related changes in metabolism
  • Publish papers and present findings both internally and at scientific conferences