Fellowship in Vascular Immuno-biology
A fellowship in vascular biology and immunology focuses on immune-vascular interaction in the vascular remodeling of pulmonary hypertension. Requires outstanding experience and productivity in cell and molecular biology, immunology, and imaging. Current interest includes the role of resistin and resistin-like proteins in mediating the interaction of immune and vascular cells and their interaction in disease.
Individual should be experienced in vascular cell biology and/or immunology, highly motivated with a strong publication record.
Dynamic, innovative laboratory of diverse interacting scientists. Focus spans cell and molecular biology, physiology, biomarker development, human cell and patient mechanistic investigation and development of therapeutics. Send application letter, CV and contact information for three references.
The position is in the laboratory of Roger Johns, MD, PhD; professor of Anesthesiology and Medicine