Department Name: 7H700:Molecular & Biomedical Pharmacology
The successful candidate will complete an independent aspect of the project on inflammatory complications of obesity and type 2 diabetes in people and in mice, by closely working with other lab members and the PI.
The project will involve experimental design, completion, and analysis with input from more experienced team members.
The successful candidate will also assist other lab members in their related projects, and be the point person for ordering, compliance and routine work on the project.
Basic biochemistry knowledge of metabolism, Microsoft Word, Excel.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
Required Related Experience:
No experience required.
Required License/Registration/Certification :
Bachelor’s degree in biology related field preferred.
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