Postdoctoral Fellow position at Westlake University, Hangzhou, China

Introduction of The Lab/ Research Field

We are the Laboratory of Functional Lipidomics and Metabolic Regulation at the School of Life Sciences, Westlake University. Our laboratory is an interdisciplinary research group broadly interested in understanding how the chemical nature of cellular metabolites support their specific biological functions. Our current focus is to study the role of lipid metabolism in mammalian development and diseases including cancer and organ degeneration. In our group, we integrate molecular, cellular, genetic, system and chemical biology approaches to discover novel lipid molecules and pathways, and identify novel therapeutic targets and drug candidates for treating human diseases associated with lipid dysregulation. For more information about our laboratory, please visit:

Job Description

Position: Postdoctoral Fellow (2)


1) A Ph.D. in chemistry, chemical biology, biochemistry, or biology; or an M.D. in medicine;

2) The ability to work in a highly collaborative research environment;

3) Excellent English writing, reading and speaking skills.

Compensation and Benefits

The research team offers a competitive compensation package commensurate with the selected candidate’s qualifications and experience. Applications for relevant projects and programs will be encouraged and supported.

For post-doc(s) who selected for China Postdoctoral Science Foundation or Advanced Programs of Zhejiang Province will be entitled to receive the same amount funds from the Hangzhou government.

For post-doc(s) who full-time work in Hangzhou after completing their post-doc research will be eligible for applying allowance of 400,000RMB from the Hangzhou government.

How to Apply

To apply, please send the following documents in English as PDF files to, and indicate the Post-doc application in the email subject.

Ÿ   A cover letter(attach a detailed CV)

Ÿ   Names and contact information for three references

Ÿ   Doctoral Degree Certificate (if already awarded)

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