Molecular Biology New Postdoc
Welcome to the Department of Molecular Biology! The Department of Molecular Biology is a world-class department within this university. We are one of the largest of the University’s 34 departments: 38 professors work in laboratories in five closely linked buildings.
As of June 2011, there were 127 undergraduate majors, 139 graduate students, and 132 postdoctoral fellows. Our faculty have won numerous prestigious awards (including the Nobel Prize and the Macarthur Genius award), are presidents of societies, editors of professional journals, and at least 10 are members of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. All do service work for their professions by being on journal editorial boards, serve on NIH study sections, and on various scientific advisory boards and foundations.
The department faculty are diverse in their research interests in molecular, cell, and systems biology ranging from studies with viruses, bacteria and yeast to research with worms, flies, fish, and mice. Many of our faculty have joint appointments in the Lewis Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics or the Princeton Neuroscience Institute. At least 12 colleagues from other departments such as Physics, Chemistry, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Computer Sciences, and Chemical and Biological Engineering participate in our program. The facile interactions among departments and institutes provide an exceptional environment for training students and doing research. For more information about the department, please refer to the Chair’s Welcome.