Department Name: 7H051:CARDIOVASCULAR RESEARCH CENTER
The Saha Cardiovascular Research Center has an opening for an experienced Research Analyst. The individual appointed to this position will be engaged in translational research to help understand the aortic aneurysm diseases and pathology. The position will be necessary to assist with planning and implementation of investigative activities in experimental pathologic models of aorta dilation. The complex disease mechanism under investigation will require the ideal candidate to be well-trained with extensive knowledge about aorta physiology and ability to be somewhat independent.
Sigma Plot, PowerPoint, Microsoft Excel
Position Time Status: Full-Time
Required Related Experience:
No experience required.
Required License/Registration/Certification :
Degree in a related field (science preferred), background in Biochemistry
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