Marc Peters-Golden, M.D. Professor of Internal Medicine Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine 6301 MSRB III Ann Arbor, MI 48109 SPC 5642
Conduct research on the pathogenesis of lung diseases at the molecular level, including transcription factor analysis, using lung cellular and molecular biology, cell signaling, animal modeling, bioinformatics analysis, and therapeutic targeting approaches. Perform experiments; analyze data; prepare results for presentations at scientific meetings and for publications; write scientific articles; submit grants and contribute to grant submissions; collaborate with other lab members on ongoing projects; assist the lab manager with molecular and transgenic mice and regulatory affairs matters; and mentor research staff, fellows, and students. Contribute to the mission of the division, department, medical school, medical center, and University by actively participating in research conferences and faculty forums, as well as collaborating with colleagues within the division and throughout the university to develop mutual research and training interests.
Requires Ph.D. in Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Immunology, Biotechnology or closely related field + 5 years of postdoctoral research experience on the pathogenesis of lung diseases at the molecular level and studying the role of prostaglandins and extracellular vesicles in normal lung biology and lung disease.
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