The Chang laboratory at Columbia University Irving Medical Center in the Institute of Human Nutrition seeks a Postdoctoral Research Scientist to study cell-lipid particle interaction, regulation of lipid metabolism and transport, and lipid-associated immune cell responses and biology. The position is NIH funded. Activities will include hands-on bench experimentation in both cell culture and animal works, data analysis and supervision of students or laboratory trainees on on-going studies, writing peer-reviewed manuscripts, participating in seminars, work groups, collaborating on research grant applications. The candidate will thoroughly document all results, technical reports and interpretations of studies.
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