Welcome Monique Lajeunesse !

Monique is a senior in bioengineering at OSU.  She has an Oregon Biosciences Quantitative Biology fellowship to generate characteristic metrics  of cell migration in the lab this summer

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Post-doctoral fellows

We are actively recruiting post-doctoral

fellows to work on multidisciplinary projects in quantitative cell biology, neurobiology, and cancer biology.  All projects use cutting edge microscopy and biophysics.  

 


 

Visiting Scientists

We welcome visiting scientists who share our interests and want to come visit and collaborate.

 


Leading edge multi-disciplinary research

 

Our Mission:  the Moleculome

mo•lec•u•lome     \mə-ˈle-kyə-lohm\ The moleuculome is a characterization of reproducible molecular behaviors that give rise to a specific cellular function.  This can be the dynamics of an individual molecule or the reorganization of a structure composed of one or more molecular species in time and space.  

 

We are looking for new and interesting scientists, engineers, and physicists as either lab manager, programmer, technician, or post-doctoral fellow. If you'd like to join our team, please send us a cover letter telling us why you want to join the team, a CV, and the names and contact information for 3 references.

 

Our Team

About Us

Cathy Galbraith

Cathy is an associate professor in the Spatial Systems Biology Center at OHSU.  She is also a Discovery Engine Investigator at the Knight Cancer Institute.

Jim Galbraith

Jim is an associate professor in the Spatial Systems Biology Center at OHSU.  He is also a Discovery Engine Investigator at the Knight Cancer Institute.

We moved!

We have moved from the NIH in Bethesda, MD to OHSU in Portland, OR.

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