Postdoctoral fellow position is immediately available to study therole of calcium signaling in cardiac and vascular remodeling. Experience in twoor more of the following areas is preferred: rodent animal models; protein-proteininteractions; patch-clamp electrophysiology; confocal microscopy/live-cellimaging.
The duties for the position include culturing primarycardiomyocytes, conducting experiments related to a funded NIH R00 grant,reading and knowing the relevant literature, training new personnel in thelaboratory, attending and presenting at scientific meetings, and writing draftsof manuscripts. Non-scientific duties include helping to keep the laboratorytidy, and assisting with ordering of supplies.
The Postdoctoral Fellow will have the opportunity to designhis/her own related experiments, develop new techniques, and develop newcollaborations with other researchers.
Internal Number: 199446
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