A Postdoctoral Research Scholar position is available in the Department of Internal Medicine at the Divisions of Hematology/Oncology. Research is focused on delineating mechanisms of thrombosis associated with cardiovascular risk factors such as aging, obesity, diabetes and cancer. Laboratory uses molecular, cellular and physiological techniques, along with genetically modified mice and human subjects to investigate mechanisms of arterial and venous thrombosis. The lab has several mutant mice and experimental models to study arterial and venous thrombosis.
Conduct research in field of thrombosis, in a collaborative environment. Responsible for experimental design, collection and analysis of research data, maintaining log book, preparation of manuscripts, presentations at scientific conferences and workshops etc. Duties will also include training other research fellows, graduate students and research assistants.
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