Several research faculty and research related positions are immediately available in the laboratory of Dr. Ming-Hui Zou at the Center for Molecular and Translational Medicine, Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA. The center is funded by grants funded from NIH, AHA, and ADA totaling nearly 28 million US dollars. In addition, postdocs are frequently awarded with nationally competitive fellowships. The research projects in this center focus on cellular redox regulation and signal transduction in cardiovascular diseases, aging, metabolic syndrome, obesity, diabetes, and cancer. A wide range of approaches from molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology, to mouse genetic strategies is employed to tackle these problems important for human health. More information on Dr. Zou’s research is available in http://www.medicine.gsu.edu. The candidates must have a strong background in biochemistry and cell/molecular biology and a strong interest in research, good communication skills, and the ability to work independently. Prior experience working with animals is a plus. Interested applicants for non-faculty positions must apply at http://employment.gsu.edu/. Interested research faculty positions should send their resumes and letters of reference addressed to Dr. Ming-Hui Zou (CMTM@gsu.edu).