Multidisciplinary Training in Cell Biology, Genetics, and Clinical/Translational Studies.
Multidisciplinary Training in Cell Biology, Genetics, and Clinical/Translational studies.
Positions are available for NIH T32 training grant funded Research Fellowships in the Nephrology Division at Massachusetts General Hospital. We carry out basic research in problems essential to kidney disease, in disciplines that include cell and molecular biology, immunology and inflammation, and systems biology. The approaches include advanced nanoscopic imaging, structural biology, and animal models. The Clinical and Translational studies employ metabolomics, proteomics, and clinical trials.
To qualify for a training position, you must be a citizen or hold permanent residence status in the US. You must also have received a Ph.D., M.D., or equivalent doctoral degree from an accredited domestic or foreign institution.
The MGH Division of Nephrology carries out basic and translational research using cell, molecular, and structural biology techniques using a number of model organisms. MGH Nephrology Research Programs encompassClinical/Translational studiesand a broad range of disciplines including
- Kidney development and congenital disorders
- Kidney regeneration
- Kidney cell metabolomics
- Kidney epithelial biology and membrane transport
- Patient centered clinical research, translational studies, and experimental therapeutics
Additional information on MGH Nephology Research Labs can be found at https://www.massgeneral.org/nephrology/research/
For more information about NIH Training Grant fellowship opportunities, please contact individual Faculty Members directly or:
Iain Drummond PhD., Director
Roy Soberman M.D., Director
Eugene Rhee M.D. PhD,
Chief Nephrology Division, MGH