At Monell, our employees are our most prized assets. To ensure that we remain successful, we are continually searching for individuals from diverse backgrounds and disciplines who can contribute to the growth and mission of the Center.
Research at Monell contributes to a wide range of scientific and practical knowledge. Through the efforts of more than fifty Ph.D.-level scientists and a highly-talented support staff, the Center is making major progress in increasing our understanding of both how the chemical senses function and their impact on our everyday life.
Monell is an equal opportunity employer.
You may apply for positions posted on this site by fax, mail or email. Please be sure to reference the position title in all correspondence.
Fax: Send a cover letter and a resume to 215-898-2084.
Mail: Monell Chemical Senses Center
Attn: Human Resources Administrator
3500 Market Street
Philadelphia PA 19104-3308
Scientific Staff Openings
All positions require a Ph.D. or M.D. in the appropriate field(s) and experience as indicated.
The Monell Chemical Senses Center is the world’s premier institute devoted to basic, multidisciplinary research on the mechanisms and function of olfaction, gustation and chemesthesis. The Center is adjacent to the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University in Philadelphia.
We are currently inviting applications for full-time junior or senior faculty positions. We seek outstanding investigators from diverse disciplines who are interested in pursuing research either in olfaction or in nutrition, metabolism or appetite related to the chemical senses. Applicants with interest and experience in clinically relevant research programs are especially encouraged to apply. Candidates must possess a Ph.D. or M.D. and have postdoctoral experience. The successful junior candidate will be expected to develop and fund an independent research program and collaborate with colleagues at the Center. Senior level applicants should have a well-established and funded research program with a potential for growth and collaboration.
Applicants should submit the following materials through https://apply.interfolio.com/37932 by November 11, 2016: a curriculum vitae, three representative publications, statement of research interests, and the names and addresses of three individuals willing to provide letters of reference.
A postdoctoral position is currently available for research in the molecular mechanisms of taste stem cells and chemosensory cells of the gut (Stem Cells 31, 992-1000, 2013; PNAS 111, 16401-16406, 2014). Candidates with a PhD or equivalent degree in molecular biology, genetics, neuroscience, immunology, physiology or related field are preferred. A background in chemosensory research is not required. Stipend is in accordance with NIH standards. This position is supported by NIH and industry grants.
Address applications to Dr. Peihua Jiang | Required Documents: C.V., brief statement of research interests, and names of 3 references
Apply at http://apply.interfolio.com/34787
Research Staff Openings
All positions require a minimum Bachelors degree in the appropriate field(s) and experience as indicated.
A full time research technician position is available in the Wise lab to conduct human research on flavor (odor-taste interactions).
Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
- Recruiting and testing human subjects
- Operating an olfactometer
- Record keeping
- Preparation of chemical solutions
- Data analysis
Candidates must have a BA or BS degree in either: experimental psychology, food science, neuroscience, chemistry, or a related field.
The ideal candidate will be organized, detail oriented, and able to work independently. The ideal candidate would also have experience in gas chromatography, programming in Labview®, and human sensory research.
Interested candidates should apply here: https://apply.interfolio.com/37562
There are no administrative openings at this time.
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Pamela Dalton, Ph.D. Environmental and Occupational Health Psychologist