Post doctoral position to work on a project looking at the mechanism(s) involved in vascular dysfunction associated with cardio-pulmonary complications.
Ph.D in Molecular/ Cellular Biology, Biochemistry or Anatomy, Cell biology. Competence in areas of critical thinking, cell-culture/ technical skills and written/communication skills in English, with prior publication record and ability to work independently as well as part of interactive team is required.
A Ph.D in Biochemistry with a strong background in signal transduction, molecular and cell biology. Candidate with prior research experience on studying non-coding RNAs and cardio/pulmonary organ system will be preferred. Self-motivated, hardworking candidate with dedication to do basic research.
- Long non-coding, micro and small interfering RNA and Real-Time PCR analysis.
- Immunoprecipitation, RNA-IP, CHIP, electrophoresis and Western blot analysis.
- Stable and transient transfections; histological and biochemical analysis.
- Active participation in the successful planning, execution, presentation of experiments and preparation of scientific publications.
- Hemodynamic analysis and other in-vivo experiments on rats
- Growth and maintenance of primary cell-cultures and cell lines
- Order and maintain lab supplies and other duties as assigned.
- Additional duties as may be assigned.
To learn more and apply online, please visit http://jobs.kumc.edu/postings/21374 or go to https://jobs.kumc.edu/ and search for position number J0030519.
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