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Research Administration

Department Research Administrator

The Department of Cell and Regenerative Biology at the UW-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health is a rapidly growing department examining multiple avenues of scientific solutions and discoveries for the future of Cell Development, Stem Cells, and Regenerative Biology/Medicine. As a member of the administrative team, the Research Administrator will join a lively and collaborative culture that partners with many laboratories and disciplines in a fast-moving and exciting area of study that is strongly dependent upon sponsored research and grant funding. Works directly with principal investigator(s) and/or research program director(s) to carry out research administrative functions related sponsored grants, agreements, or award management (proposal preparation through closeout).

  • 20% Guides and assists researchers with interpretation of policy and procedure related to overall sponsored project management
  • 50% Assists researchers by preparing non-technical materials for proposals, drafting contracts or agreements for review, and/or advising award setup
  • 20% Assists researchers with preparing and/or maintaining documentation, financial management, and/or reporting requirements related to sponsored grants, contracts, or agreements
  • 10% May identify funding opportunities and disseminate to principal investigators

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Research Positions

Research Position

The Dr. Kang lab is seeking the research intern and research specialist positions. These positions will perform research related to understanding tissue regeneration using zebrafish models. A highly motivated individual will provide technical support for the Kang lab and will have the ability to carry out projects on their own, as needed. The successful candidate will be involved in all aspects of the laboratory’s research program investigating the regulatory mechanisms of cardiac regeneration enhancer elements. For further details, please contact to

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Fellowship Positions

Research Associate (Postdoctoral)

The Dr. Bo Liu lab is seeking a Postdoctoral Research Associate.

Requirements: A candidate with a PhD in pathology, cellular and molecular biology, biochemistry, physiology, or a similar field. Experience in mouse breeding and rodent surgery is preferred. Demonstrated record in writing peer-reviewed publications, being comfortable working both independently and collaboratively, and supervising undergraduate students is expected. Applications for the position should include a CV, cover letter stating research background and interests, and contact information for three professional references.

Job Duties: A NIH funded postdoctoral position is available in Dr. Bo Liu’s lab in the Department of Surgery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The funded project for this position focuses on investigating the role of extracellular vesicles in venous and arterial thrombosis and aortic aneurysm using cellular and mouse models of disease. See ( The candidate will be expected to carry out/develop the described research projects under the direction of the principal investigator. The position will involve performing rodent surgeries to induce venous thrombosis or aortic aneurysm, collection of solid tissue/blood for downstream cellular, molecular, and hematologic analysis; designing and executing in vitro studies; performing data analysis; drafting manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals; and performing additional duties as requested by the principal investigator. The successful applicant must have excellent scientific, writing, organizational, record-keeping, and problem-solving skills.

Begin Date: As soon as possible

Percent Time: 100%

Salary: NIH Stipend Level

Postdoc Fellowship Position

The Dr. Kang lab is seeking an outstanding and talented Postdoctoral Research Fellow who is interested in tissue regeneration. These projects will utilize established genetic zebrafish strains, discovered by forward genetics or generated by genome editing technique, and a wide range of molecular, cellular, biochemical and genetic approaches. The research goals are to identify novel regeneration-associated genes and to understand how injury signals are transduced to trigger tissue regeneration programs. This position will be supported by the NIH fund. For further information about the Kang Lab, visit our website

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Student Research Positions

Please check the individual CRB Faculty profiles to see if labs have any openings.

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There are no other positions available at this time. Please check back at a later date.