A Postdoctoral Fellow position is immediately available to study the role of interleukins and caspasesignaling in vascular wall remodeling and pathological angiogenesis. Experiencein two or more of the following areas is preferred: cloning, protein-proteininteractions, confocal microscopy/live-cell imaging, atherosclerosis, andpathological retinal angiogenesis. Candidate with publications as first authorsin journals with 4 or more impact factors are preferred.
The duties for the position include culturing and maintenance ofprimary and passaged cell lines, conducting experiments related to afunded NIH R01 grant, reading and knowing the relevant literature,attending and presenting at scientific meetings, and writing drafts ofmanuscripts. Experience in animal experiments is desired. Thesuccessful candidate will also be responsible for presenting data and techniques inthe laboratory meetings and maintain integrity and organization of experimentaldata. The successful candidate will havethe opportunity to design his/her own related experiments, develop newtechniques, and develop new collaborations with other researchers.
Internal Number: 180530
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