Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Position Type : Full Time
The purpose of this position is to advance the understanding of peripheral circadian clocks role in cardiometabolic physiology. The successful candidate will study peripheral circadian clocks in model organisms and in vitro with a focus in translational research. The research will focus on the study of peripheral circadian clocks and their physiological importance. Responsibilities will include oversight of the laboratory animal facility and creating/conducting complex experiments on cardiometabolic effects of peripheral molecular clocks.
Internal Number: 45302
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