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A Postdoctoral Research Fellow position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Mara Duncan at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The Duncan lab new projects using stem cell models to uncover developmental roles for membrane traffic.
The postdoctoral fellow will lead projects using stem cells to understand diseases caused by defects in membrane traffic that result in skin and digestive disorders.
Join a team using stems cells to understand how defects in membrane traffic cause disorders of the skin and digestive system
Solve problems at the intersection of cell and developmental biology using CRISPR technologies
Perform cutting-edge proteomics and expression analysis techniques
• A PhD, MD, or equivalent in a life sciences or STEM field
• Experience in or a desire to become an expert in mammalian genetic modifications
• Experience in or a desire to become an expert in quantitative microscopy approaches
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