The Department of Pediatrics is seeking an Assistant Research Professors to join the Division of Translational Research.
Responsibilities will include designing and carrying out experiments regarding cellular S-nitrosothiol and pH regulation in the airway epithelium in vitro and ex vivo. The duties also include preparing manuscripts, managing regulatory requirements for research labs, analyzing and managing data, and preparing for and presenting at regional and national meetings. The incumbent will be responsible for assisting in the training of students and junior scientists and supervise the senior laboratory technician. The incumbent will assist in designing and maintaining a new App for new disease phenotypes for Pediatricians and will also be expected to prepare independent grants and to carry out independent work.
PhD with post-doctoral training in airway epithelial cell biology and biochemistry is required. Medical and translational experience is preferred. Specific experience with S-nitrosothiol biochemistry, including assay techniques, is required. Specific experience with standard molecular and cell culture techniques, confocal microscopy and FACS analysis is required. Experience with studying asthma, cystic fibrosis and primary ciliary dyskinesia will be needed.
Department Contact for Questions:
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OAA #: IUSM005592016
Internal Number: 7599
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