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Skip to content Skip to search Skip to footer Pathology & Immunology Open Menu Back Close Menu Search for: Search Close Search AboutAbout History Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Job Opportunities Department Resources Life in St. Louis Wellness Resources Spring Faculty Retreat Contact Information DivisionsDivisions Anatomic and Molecular Pathology (AMP) Immunobiology Laboratory and Genomic Medicine (LGM) Neuropathology ResearchResearch Research Lab Pages Core Facilities Pathology Research Collaborative School of Medicine Research Publications EducationEducation Office of Education Staff Directory Residency Clinical Fellowships Physician Scientist Training Program Graduate Program Postdoctoral Research Medical Student Education Power of Path Program Our Graduates Educational Conferences Wellness Resources Contact Us Clinical ServicesClinical Services AMP Core Labs Clinical Genomics Laboratory – Cytogenetics Clinical Laboratory Sections and Medical Directorships Barnes-Jewish Hospital Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory Resources for Navigating Wupax Faculty DevelopmentFaculty Development About OFD Supportive Project Advancement & Research Kickstart (SPARK) Forum Resources Mentor Program Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Department Awards Wellness Resources PeoplePeople Primary Faculty Directory Affiliated Faculty Directory Resident Directory Fellow Directory Physician Scientist Training Program Directory Postdoctoral Directory Administration Directory NewsNews Department Newsletter Archive OFD Newsletter Archive Grants & Notables Calendar Open Search Postdoctoral Research The Department of Pathology & Immunology provides numerous opportunities for postdoctoral research. Important areas of emphasis include immunobiology, cell biology, microbial pathogenesis and the pathobiology of diabetes. Postdoctoral fellows apply directly to the head of the laboratory responsible. Postdoctoral fellows are supervised by the laboratory director, but are welcome to participate in a wide range of conferences and other academic activities offered by the department. View faculty View current postdocs View postdoc information sheet Funding Opportunities Mentored Clinical Scientist Research Career Development Award (K08) Burroughs Wellcome Funding Opportunities St. Louis Children’s Hospital CDI fellowship DBBS site-National Competitive Fellowships DBBS site-WU Internal Fellowships McDonnell Neuroscience Postdoctoral Fellow Award McDonnell Neuroscience Postdoctoral Travel Award Jack H. Ladenson Fellow in Experimental Clinical Pathology: The Jack H. Ladenson Fellows in Experimental Clinical Pathology was established by the Department of Pathology & Immunology in honor of Jack H. Ladenson, PhD, who has made numerous important contributions to clinical pathology, the Division of Laboratory and Genomic Medicine and the Department of Pathology & Immunology over the 37 years that he has been a faculty member in the department. Dr. Ladenson’s research has focused on the development of clinical tests for the diagnosis of common cardiovascular diseases including myocardial infarction, and his work has lead to the development of several tests commonly used to diagnose heart attacks around the world. The Jack H. Ladenson Fellows in Experimental Clinical Pathology will be awarded to residents or fellows in their final years of training that, in the view of the faculty, show exceptional promise for careers in academic clinical pathology. The support for fellows will be structured to best help them achieve their research goals and establish the foundation for their independent careers in the final years of their fellowship training. For more information, please contact Justavian Tillman, [email protected], or 314-273-6464. Resources for Postdoctoral Researchers P&I Postdoctoral Research WashU Office of Postdoctoral Affairs WashU Postdoctoral Career Resources WashU Postdoctoral Career Enhancement Community Groups for Postdocs at WashU Former Postdocs NameFormer LabYearsCurrent PositionNicholas GriffinGordon Lab2010-2020Sr. Microbiome Scientist, Nestle Purina North AmericaMatthew GubinSchreiber Lab2012-2017Assistant Professor, MD Anderson Cancer CenterJeffrey WardSchreiber Lab2012-2018Assistant Professor, Washington University School of MedicineElise AlspachSchreiber Lab2014-2020Assistant Professor, Saint Louis UniversityAshley WolfGordon Lab2014-2020Assistant Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases and Vaccinology, School of Public Health, Center for Computational Biology, University of California, BerkeleyMichael PatnodeGordon Lab2014-2020Assistant Professor, University of California, Santa CruzDanielle LussierSchreiber Lab2015-2018Medical Science Liaison, Johnson & JohnsonCarrie CowardinGordon Lab2016-2020Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology & NutritionDepartment of Microbiology, Immunology and Cancer Biology, University of Virginia School of MedicineBlanda Di LucciaGordon Lab2017-2021Basic Life Research Scientist, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Stanford UniversityArjun RamanGordon Lab2018-2020Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology, University of Chicago Education Office of Education Staff Directory Residency Clinical Fellowships Physician Scientist Training Program Graduate Program Postdoctoral Research Medical Student Education Our Graduates Educational Conferences Wellness Resources Contact Us Department of Pathology & Immunology660. 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