Post Doctoral Fellow
Post Doctoral Fellow
Postdoctoral positions are available in the Lung Biology and Toxicology Lab (https://lbtl.okstate.edu/) at the Oklahoma State University to study non-coding RNAs (microRNA/LncRNA), pathogenesis of lung diseases, host-pathogen interactions during influenza virus and bacterial infections and/or stem cell therapy of lung diseases. Major techniques used in the lab include RNA-seq, CRISPR/Cas9, RNA interference, real-time PCR, cloning, biochemical, molecular and cellular techniques, and various animal models. The candidates who are interested in joining a dynamic and interdisciplinary research group are encouraged to apply. A background in lung biology and pathology, respiratory pathogens, genetically modified mice and animal models, stem cells (iPSC and MSC), and/or bone marrow transplantation is a plus. E-mail C.V. to Dr. Lin Liu, Regents Professor of Physiological Sciences and Director, Oklahoma Center for Respiratory and Infectious Diseases, Oklahoma State University at email@example.com. Applications must be submitted online through the OSU Hire website: http://hr.okstate.edu/employment-opportunities
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