The Division of Pediatric Nephrology at Columbia University Medical Center invites Post-Doctoral Research Scientist applications for a position in the kidney research laboratory of Dr. Fangming Lin. Lin’s lab focuses on mouse models of acute and chronic kidney disease, pathobiology of renal stress responses, and molecular mechanisms regulating epithelial autophagy in ischemic and hypoxia kidneys.
We are seeking a highly motivated Postdoctoral Research Scientist with experiences in renal pathobiology and/or molecular and cell biology of autophagy. Prior skills in mouse colony management and survival surgery will add additional qualification for consideration. An ideal candidate should be dedicated, able to work independently in a collaborative lab environment, and enjoys scientific discovery. The successful applicant is expected to actively participate in all aspects of the project, including designing and performing experiments, acquiring, analyzing and presenting data, and preparing abstracts and manuscripts.
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