The Buck Institute for Research on Aging is at the forefront of efforts to usher in a "new era of aging" and shares in the excitement of innovative research aimed at extending the healthy years of life. The Institute seeks applicants who are passionate, creative and eager to take advantage of opportunities to work with leaders in the field of age research.

The Buck Institute emphasizes a collaborative approach to clinically relevant biomedical research on the biology of aging and age-associated diseases.

The Buck Institute's laboratories are run independently by a faculty member. In each lab, staff scientists, post-doctoral fellows, graduate students, research associates and technicians work under mentors. A research and administrative infrastructure supports all of the Institute's laboratories.

The Buck Institute is committed to providing a safe, healthy, and productive workplace for its scientists and support staff. All research is reviewed prior to commencement to protect the well-being of personnel and to ensure compliance with statutory regulations. If you would like more information, feel free to contact the Buck's Manager of Environmental Health and Safety.

The Buck Institute offers an opportunity to work in an exciting and dynamic environment featuring a world-class group of researchers who utilize state-of-the-art techniques, on a campus that was designed by the renowned architect I.M. Pei. The Buck Institute is located in Marin County, 25 miles north of San Francisco.

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  • Time, skills and talent make a difference
  • Collaboration, teamwork, and initiative are valued
  • Diversity and a passion for discovery are appreciated
  • Scientific excellence and academic independence are supported

The Institute offers a competitive salary and benefits package, including continuing education workshops and employee events.

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