post doctoral fellowship
Postdoctoral position - Liver Biology and Pathophysiology
A NIH funded postdoctoral position at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is available immediately for a highly motivated individual with research interests in liver biology and experimental models of liver disease. The project focuses on the molecular mechanisms underpinning the complex interactions of liver inflammation, lipid metabolism, liver fibrosis, and reversal of these processes through pharmacologic targeting nuclear receptors. Methods will include the use of our state-of-the-art microscopic facility in our NIH/JHU Digestive Disease Core, novel intracellular red-ox sensors, and unique whole body/cell specific knock-out mice. Our Translational Research team is led by a Basic Scientist and Clinician Scientist with a tract record of success.
Recent PhD or MD/PhD graduates with a strong background in physiology, animal studies and/or cell biology are encouraged to apply. Please direct inquires, CVs and contacts of three references via email to James Hamilton (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or Svetlana Lutsenko (Lutsenko@jhmi.edu)