Belated kick-off lunch for new academic year!
Welcome to Chung lab! Julia and James, two seniors at Yale majoring in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology will do their Senior Research for a year in the lab.
Chung lab is 3 years old!
We're making a lab tradition to visit again Lobster Shack and Hammonasset beach state park!
Byoung's presentation on his research plan
It is Shoaib's first day!
Jae's turn to do a Journal club!
We celebrate this week by Manivi's Birthday and her exciting data presentation! We also welcome Arpad to join Bae lab for summer.
Jean-Ju did background briefing on two new exciting projects that the lab initiates!
Jae's abstract was selected for a podium short talk and a cash prize at 2018 KASBP (Korean American Society in Biotech and Pharmaceuticals) Spring Symposium held in Boston, MA.
It is the first data club by Huafeng! Nice debut, Huafeng!
We hosted our 2nd annual Reproductive Physiology Club, an outreach program under Yale Pathways to Science. It was full of hands-on activity with local high school students together with Shannon Whirledge at Ob/Gyn again. Kids had fun looking at reproductive tracts, live sperm and eggs under microscope. Taking a look at human placenta was a big hit! Thank you for your participation, Nancy, Jae, and Jong-Nam!
Jong-Nam's debut talk in the lab meeting. We'll learn about his research background.
It is Manavi's first Data Club! We'll peek into what's most recent achievement in Bae lab. We also officially welcomed Jong-Nam and his B-day in time!
We welcome Jong-Nam in Chung lab. Jong-Nam proudly earned Study Abroad Fellowship by Seoul National University to join us!
The laboratory of Jean-Ju L. Chung, PhD, in the Department of Cellular & Molecular Physiology at Yale School of Medicine is seeking postdoctoral candidates in reproductive immunology research in the areas of sperm physiology and fertilization studies.
Research Interest.The major focus of the lab is to understand cellular signaling via membrane receptors and ion channels in sperm physiology and fertilization under normal and pathophysiological conditions. For this position, there is a particular focus on reproductive immunity and evaluating new contraceptives that we develop in collaboration with a protein engineering laboratory.
Minimum Qualification. Self-driven and highly motivated PhD (or PhD candidate) with an inquisitive nature and a quantitative mind, a working understanding of basic techniques in immunology and biochemistry, and a record of productive research with at least one peer-reviewed 1st author publication during PhD.
Preferred Qualification. Ideal candidates would have a strong background on immunology, virology, or reproductive biology or a strong interest in discovering antibody candidates for developing novel contraceptives and experience in mice handling, breeding, genotyping, immune response analysis.
To apply, please send me (1) Cover letter that describes what you did, and your motivation to apply, (2) CV, and (3) 2-3 names of references to Jean-Ju Chung at jean-ju.chung (at) yale.edu
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Congratulations again, Bae lab!