Positions Available

[Updated 03/20/2023]

The Han Lab in the Department of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine studies the molecular mechanisms of muscular dystrophies and associated cardiomyopathy using the latest molecular, biochemical, cell biological, and physiological approaches with different disease models (hiPSC-derived cultures, mice and rabbits). We are also interested in developing novel AAV-based gene therapy and gene editing therapy to treat these genetic diseases ( Nature Communications, 2023; Molecular Therapy, 2022; Nature Communications, 2021; Molecular Therapy, 2019; Circulation Research, 2017). Please visit our website https://hanlab.cc for more details. We are looking for highly motivated junior scientists with creativity to join us. Multiple positions are available, ranging from undergraduate interns, technicians, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows.

Please do not hesitate to send us an inquiry with your CV at any time:

Renzhi Han, Ph.D.
Professor of Pediatrics
Indiana University School of Medicine
980 W Walnut St
Joseph E. Walther Hall (R3) C118
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Email: rh11@iu.edu
Tel: 317-278-8832
Web: https://hanlab.cc/